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Metro 2033 (Metro, #1) by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2033 buch

People of the metro have never seen natural light - even Stalkers, who venture to the surface to explore the ruined city for supplies, do so only at night. The dark one is small, roughly half the height of Artyom. His shotgun not working, he tells the others to go. After the surface has been rendered uninhabitable the last of humanity has taken shelter in Moscow's vast metro system. Consider: perpetual darkness except for signal fires and faint red emergency lighting at some stations. So sadly, I won't continue reading this trilogy. This journey takes two thirds of the book and if anything holds back any discernible tension, whilst the atmosphere of the Metro is experienced fully.

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Metro 2033 (Metro, #1) by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2033 buch

The people there were pretty clever and ran for the underground Metro Stations to get away from all the crap happening on the surface. He sees and experiences so many new things, yet he remains untouched and unchanged by them. I'm not quite sure why. Soon, a new order was established within the metro - with each station becoming an independent state, with its own security and border controls. I might have enjoyed it more.

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Metro 2033 (Metro, #1) by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2033 buch

Interesting concept that wasn't used to its fullest. I did get a bit of it. There is plenty of Eastern European introspection and philosophy here to balance out the monsters and fire-fights. Above ground, it appears that humanity has been wiped out by nuclear war. . They disturb several , forcing and his partner, Ten, to stay behind so Artyom and Daniel can progress further through the library. Eventually, Artyom goes to a fork.

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Metro 2033 (Novel)

Metro 2033 buch

Pockets of civilisation have formed at different stations, each with their own politics, religions and mythologies. While inspiration of remain subtle through the , other references to that of the story the games are closely based on are more blatant. About this Item: Heyne Taschenbuch, 2012. The main character, a young man named Artyom, is sent on a quest to another station. Suddenly, a enters the station, covering the ground. They were preparing to tear us apart.

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Metro 2033 (Metro, #1) by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2033 buch

I tried a few times, but could never find the desire to I am unfortunately forced to put this book on hold. Above ground, it appears that humanity has been wiped out by nuclear war. I know there's a dark secret in the metro system, and I want to learn it, but I can't be bothered going through so many filler pages without anything substantial taking place, plot-wise. After entering Serphukhovskaya and briefly checking his direction, Artyom again dives into the darkness of the tunnels. To combat it, Melnik gets them to sing songs, but a Stalker calmly walks into it and is devoured. Artyom watches helplessly as the dark ones are all annihilated by the blast and the sound of their voices that brought Artyom so much hope and joy were forever extinguished along with them. I have really strong feelings for Metro 2033.

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Metro 2033

Metro 2033 buch

The cannibals, Metro 2, the Kremlin creature, these all should have either been integrated into the book earlier or left for the sequel. Man has handed over stewardship of the earth to new life-forms. AbeBooks, the AbeBooks logo, AbeBooks. About this Item: Gollancz, 2011. I actually stopped reading about 100 pages in, and I'm not going to rate this. Apparently in the future they can't carry weapons, fight, protect or be a community leader. On one hand, the theme is original, there's a real sense of dread and despair, and the futuristic Moscow metro system that houses the few survivors of the apocalypse that has gripped the world feels like a bleak, harsh place.

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Metro 2033 (Metro, #1) by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2033 buch

If he does not return soon, then Artyom is to take a message to a friend in Polis and warn him of the threat. Click to go back to the beginning of the article. However, whilst I wasn't such a fan of the ending, my enjoyment of the book up to the last page means that I won't knock a star off Well, this was an odd experience. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Reading it it becomes obvious that postapocalyptic setting, strange events and bizarre creatures are not enough for a good novel. There, they discover that Park Pobedy's residents are alive, but terribly deformed, and completely brainwashed.

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