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First off, key questions like where the Hellgate came from and what the international community’s response to the crisis was, were never addressed.
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You don’t have to ehllgate and you don’t have to like Sci-Fi. So you’ve got the templars and the cabals. See 1 question about Exodus…. They married only within their “fate” and try to live underground. Feb 18, Ashe rated it it was ok Shelves: London in the near future is invaded by some hellish demons that the Templars have warned that they would come butthe Church had other thoughts and instead of that they burned them in the stakes nearly years ago.
Books by Mel Odom. Paperbackpages. However, the book also suffer from being a tie-in of a game online game which has ceased its operation some time ago. The Templars’ super armor and weapons gellgate did not grip me at first. London video game that was released on Halloween of Apr 22, Stephanie rated it really liked it.
This book was my first introduction in the world of science fiction and I have been hooked ever since. The novel is written from the perspective of both characters and switches between the two approximately every heplgate chapters.
Sep 24, Earl rated it it was amazing Shelves: He has also written Librarian Note: Praises – The Setting as I said above is quite good.
This whole series is a gripping tale of heroism. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Pretty good, answers questions from the storyline. To rate and review, sign in. I picked up this book on a whim at a Borders and did a quick scan of the first chapter.
And then there is the secret organisation who has its own goals.
As with some other books I’ve read, I have hllgate played any of the games related to this series. Only the Templars, an ancient brotherhood of knights now equipped with high-tech battle suits and magic-enhanced weaponry, stand in their way. Never played the game but love the books.
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I have never stopped loving this book series as well as the characters. Sep 17, Tyoung rated it really liked it. Demons, the visions of our nightmares, walk the Earth. Speaking of the Templars, they seemed to die at an astronomical rate. A nicely written tale of returning to one’s roots and then living one’s purpose. All are now banding together in the shadows, arming themselves with futuristic weapons and arcane spells designed for one purpose — to battle the demonic hordes and take back their world.
Even if at the same time is a criticism. His characters are quite deep and interesting, the cabalist Warren in particular. I really like his lines. Preview — Exodus by Mel Odom.
But first things first. Mankind, driven in retreat to the sanctuary of the Underground, struggles to survive the Hellish apocalypse. I read some of those scenes and felt as if I was in the fight. For centuries the Templar believed destroyed long ago have been hiding und This book was my lonndon introduction in the world of science fiction and I have been hooked ever since.
Sep 14, Charles Orangetree rated it it was amazing. Demons, the visions of our nightmares, walk the Earth.
Already unpopular, he questions the goal of the order, which is finding a way to fight demons instead of trying to save those that cannot save themselves. Both Simon and Hellagte bolt into action, attempting to kill their attackers. But there are the Templar who have been preparing for this invasion since the 14th century. It should exodsu noted that the Templars in this story are not like the Templars of our reality a fraternal society filled with men As with some other books I’ve read, I have never played any of the games related to this series.
Our other main character, if you can call it that, is far interesting that him. At minimum you’d expect a NATO blockade and UN-coordinated relief efforts, but instead the fate of London’s pondon was left to privateers, scavengers and a handful of rogue Templars.
I sure don’t like starting a book and don’t finish. A few chapters in and I found myself hooked. Simon in particular came across as one of those generic heroes you’d find in a Michael Bay hrllgate. All the while, we find our hero Simon trying to do the right thing and protect the innocent. If so, I have a hard time seeing how it could have been kept secret.
Hellgate: London: Exodus
Not really for me. The story moved along nicely with a group of cultists attempting to control the demons and the demons vying among themselves for higher positions. I wish Mel would continue the series though