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Metro 2033: My Thoughts on the Novel
A few thousand survivors managed to get underground into the Moscow metro to escape the radiation and there is no way for them to know if anybody else on the planet had survived. Decades later the metro is their entire life - stations are city states where ideologies take hold and cartridges for guns are currency. Artyom, a young man who can barely remember what is was like to be on the surface, lives in one of the northernmost stations of the metro.
Metro 2033 (Novel)
Dmitry Glukhovsky born in Moscow in is a journalist, radio announcer, TV announcer - and writer. He has studied and worked abroad for extended periods including time in Israel, France and Germany and speaks five languages. The post-apocalyptic novel won the "Best Debut" prize from Eurocon in Out cover calls the book an "underground cult best-seller," but its best-sellerness was not all that underground: according to Wikipedia. Okay, maybe "underground" is meant to be a pun. As you know, the novel is the basis of a video game which has its own Wikipedia page.
Metro (Russian: Метро ) is a post-apocalyptic fiction novel by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky. It is set within the Moscow Metro, where the.
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