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Transcript of Metro 2033
10 years after a devastating nuclear war, the residents of Moscow, Russia are forced to retreat underground to survive in the Moscow Metro. These underground stations eventually formed into small cities, some allying with the emerging Fourth Reich and the Communist Red Line. With the metro split and sucked into a state of constant war, and it being suddenly under attack by waves of mutants and paranormal phenomena, young Artyom
of VDNKh must journey to stabilize the metro with the help of the independent city of Polis.
There are no actual book trailers, so I chose a trailer for the far more popular video game based on the book. It effectively sets the tone of the book and establishes the dark world it is set in.
Overall, Metro 2033 is a very good book that is well worth your time.
It has a deep world filled with interesting characters and bleak realities, along with an intriguing main character. You may find some poor translations if you get an older version, but it doesn't detract from the experience very much. I also suggest reading the sequel, Metro 2034. 4.5/5 stars
The book is somewhat pricey at $16.70, but it is well worth it. Do not expect to be able to buy a hard-cover copy as those are rare and very expensive. The book is Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Artyom: "How could someone be so cruel to fight for Reich? It almost seems like they love the sight of others' pain."
Uhlman: "Show a man anything long enough, and he'll love it like his own child."