Goetia

Goetia Review


The trilogy that began
in Exodus continues:

2024: Four years after the Demons opened the planar rift known as the Hellgate, mankind's desperate struggle to survive continues. Simon Cross, expatriate of the secret Templar order, works to find and transport survivors out of the ruined city. Hiding within London's Underground system, Simon is raising an army to fight against the encroaching Darkness. Now, he battles the monsters that roam the city and fends off a jealous Knight who plans to take Simon down...all while striving to reunite the divided Templar forces.

Warren Schimmer, a Cabalist who is magically linked to a powerful demon, searches for Goetia. Also known as the Lesser Key of Solomon, this ancient artifact could provide the forces of good or evil with an edge in the ongoing war. Standing in his path is Simon Cross. Warren has made a bargain with his Demon lord for survival and the promise of vengeance against the persuasive Templar...but a Demon's promise is made to be broken.

Title:Goetia
Edition Language:English

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    Goetia Reviews

  • Kristopher Godwin

    I rate high for the story and writing in how well done it was, the grammer was really bad at times. I always understood, but there were so many errors from missing letters to having a similar but wron...

  • James

    3.75 ...

  • ??? ?????

    The least interesting book of the trilogy. Expands the story a little , but seems to be just a filler....

  • George Green

    Please for the love of God proof read before publishing.. the amount of errors is staggering....

  • Plaguedoctor

    My boyfriend recommended this book to me because he said the game was fun. I've never played the game before or read the other books in the series. You don't really need to have read the other books t...

  • David

    This book builds on the story of the first, with the protagonist heading back into London to search for and rescue more survivors. The main characters from before are developed further, some turning ...

  • Robb

    It's not high brow by any stretch of the imagination, but it serves its purpose. Light reading and entertaining in its own way. Fast paced with a good flow, but I agree with the previous reviewer: the...

  • Stephanie

    This whole series is a gripping tale of heroism. You don't have to believe and you don't have to like Sci-Fi. Good books! Yeah for Simon Cross! Even though the world is being overrun there are still h...

  • James Hein

    The story continues to develop.A good follow up book to the first and I've got the third one queued.Suitable for teenage reading as long as things like demons don't scare them. The violence isn't all ...

  • Adam

    Awesome follow up to Exodus. the characters seemt o feel a real and natural growht and progression. All the technical aspects are very intriguing. As with Exodus, the action and battle sequences are i...