Exodus has ratings and 41 reviews. Mario said: Important thing before I begin my review you do NOT need to know the game in order to get sucked in. Read Hellgate: London: Exodus by Mel Odom by Mel Odom by Mel Odom for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Find out more about Hellgate: London: Exodus by Mel Odom at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more.

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Books by Mel Odom.

The men are not all tall and muscular. I never thought I would find myself reading these video to books type fantasy but I find it difficult to find books that are straight up Scifi This book was my first introduction in the world of hellyate fiction and I have been hooked ever since.

Why only london attack?

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Simon in particular came across as one of those generic heroes you’d find in a Michael Bay movie. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Simon the main character was hard on himself because of the decisions he had made, londob everything he did, even going against orders, were to try to make his deceased father proud of him.

Oct 03, David rated it really liked it Shelves: After discovering he had an ability to control a demon, he is invited to visit a group of Cabalists, an ancient organization dedicated to studying the demons, and one day, controlling them.


If you ever played the computer game and wondered what it’s all about story wise, read this and the other two books, then the whole thing makes sence!. However, the book also suffer from being a tie-in of a game online game which has ceased its operation some time ago. One flaw with book is that it has had less than satisfactory proof-reading.

Th This book portrays an interesting twist to the more apocalyptic humanity sci – fi, instead of aliens wiping us out, it was demons, and just in case ur wondering about angels since theortically demons are th opposites of angels, hell to heaven, etc they are no where to be seen at the current time. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. All the while, we find our hero Simon trying to do the right thing and protect the innocent.

Once in London, Simon and Leah find a group of Templars who take them to a safe area. As with some other books I’ve read, I have never played any of the games related to this series. To view it, click here. The fight scene in the shower with Temperance Cain and Simon is one of those moments. Sep 24, Earl rated it it was amazing Shelves: London is essentially about an evasion of demons in you guessed it London.

For centuries the Templar believed destroyed long ago have been hiding underground below London, living in an advanced hellgaet society that is constantly preparing to fight in hellgatw eventual demon invasion.

How could I resist?

In London, a Hellgate opens. But Warren really is a nice character. I just happened to find the complete trilogy at Wonderbook while roaming the aisles and figured I should give it a go.

Hellgate: London: Exodus

This is quite a book about Magic vs Technology. See 1 question about Exodus…. Odom’s style is clean, crisp, and appropriately brutal at times. The only down side is that the pace is very erratic at best and at times you’ll reach a mini climax only to have the story switch on you to the other character and come back to a mundane action after what should have been a very thrilling moment.


The Templars just want them destroy but the Cabals want to study them so they control them. It’s and London exdous in ruins, overrun by demons that came pouring out of the Hellgate, a massive portal to their home dimension. Thankfully it isn’t boring or dry.

He left the underground organization as he believed there would never be an invasion. He is just there. Jan 05, Paulo “paper books always” Carvalho rated it liked it Shelves: The typesetter, editor and publisher really let the author down in what should have been a 4 to 5 star book.

Exodus (Hellgate: London, #1) by Mel Odom

All are now banding together in the ecodus, arming themselves with futuristic weapons and arcane spells designed for one purpose — to battle the demonic hordes and take back their world.

Only the weapons from the Templars. Read on your iOS and Android devices Get more info. Unfortunately the book never seemed to take off. It chronicles the stories of two main characters.