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We've moved to r/metro. Are metro and free to download, like the first book, or will i Amazing, though is there resourceone.info version?. Buy the eBook Metro , The novels that inspired the bestselling games by Dmitry Glukhovsky online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download . METRO Home · METRO Author: Glukhovsky the button below! Report copyright / DMCA form · DOWNLOAD EPUB Metro · Read more.

Finally there is Leonid, a sort of musician - the story got weird with him, as he seemed to influence people with his music, very strange. Anyway, Leonid wants to seduce Sasha. He concocts a story about a 'Emerald City' that is just beyond the boundaries of the Metro.

A sort of Atlantis and Great Library in one. This was so terribly written, it just made no place being there, if you want to confuse the reader, you did it there. I always find it amusing when reading Russian fiction, the authors always seem to use a characters full name. It's rather a quirk I've come to chuckle at instead of groan.

Groaning isn't a good thing, what next, apathy? I've not really touched on the story. Hunter is pissed off, he is a confused mesh of wanting to kill everything and everyone and of saving everyone and everything. Sasha is his foil, she helps he remember what he was. To a extent Homer also does this. Hunter wants to purge a virus that has spread through a neighbouring poleis Tula , by purging he means the station itself and the populace.

The posit of the story sits around his fight within himself mentally and of Homer and Sasha. A nice side story fleshed out by the author is Homer's attempts to write something credible.

Metro is essentially about fate and chance. Can a awful experience Hunter change who you are, or can a chance meeting bring you back from the brink and remind you of who you really are Sasha. From a fictional point of view, it is whatever the writer wishes to put to paper.

From a realistic point of view, I like to believe the 3 Fates and 9 Muses have no business telling me what to do - so I'll stay in my world of me making the decisions thanking you. There's no hope for humans to return to the surface of Earth, to repopulate the forsaken cities, and to become once again the masters of the world they used to be. So they rebuild a strange and grotesque civilization in the tunnels and at the stations of the subway.

Stations become city-states that wage trade and war on each other. A fragile equilibrium is established. And then all can be ruined in matter of days. A new horrible threat looms that can eradicate the remains of humanity and end our era.

It would take three unlikely heroes to face this menace. The basis of two bestselling computer games Metro and Metro Last Light, the Metro books have put Dmitry Glukhovsky in the vanguard of Russian speculative fiction. Metro tells a previously unknown part of the greater Metro saga that some only know from video games.

Whether you're new to this series, are a fan of the first novel, or want to explore the world of Metro in depth, Metro is a perfect read for you! Featuring blistering action, vivid and tough characters, claustrophobic tension and dark satire the Metro books have become bestsellers across the world. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title.

Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Metro , please sign up. I was really interested in the idea of Metro so I went to have a look and came across the sequels however Im more interested in the story of the version. Do I need to read first in order to understand or enjoy or is ok to just read first?

Tass In metro , everything related to the metro 'world' is explained more thoroughly. Some characters also come from metro , although I do not …more In metro , everything related to the metro 'world' is explained more thoroughly.

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Some characters also come from metro , although I do not think you need to read it to understand the sequel. Anyway, I highly recommend metro , it's way above its sequel less. Can this be read as a standalone? The blurb made me think so, but then I saw here that it is part of a series.

Tass You can do it but I do not recommend it. From my point of view the first, Metro , is 'the Metro book'. Metro is just a low quality sequel to …more You can do it but I do not recommend it.

Metro is just a low quality sequel to stretch the success achieved with the original novel. See all 5 questions about Metro …. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details.

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More filters. Sort order. I am really dissapointed. I loved Metro and I expected Metro to be equally good or even better - well, I shouldn't have had such a positive attitude. The only thing that stayed as interesting as in the first book is the postapocalyptic universum of people living in the Moscow metro but still, Metro showed us more of the metro and, in my opinion, did it way better.

In Metro , characters maybe with exception for Leonid who wasn't my type, but still a really interesting person I am really dissapointed. In Metro , characters maybe with exception for Leonid who wasn't my type, but still a really interesting person tend to be boring. Ok, I can't complain about Homer, but Sasha-Alexandra just sucked.

I really wanted to like her, I tried so hard! And in some parts I did, but her pathetic "love" for Hunter broke everything. None of others really touched me. In my opinion, I might have found it better if I hadn't read the first book before that one - but the author set the target of excellence with first book and couldn't reach it himself writing the second one.

View all 7 comments. What a disappointment! My main problem here is the lead characters: I miss the first person singular perspective that Artiom provided us with in the first book, and would have expected that Hunter would fill that place here. Or perhaps all. In Metro everyone seems to be running around all over the place like decapitated chickens, even if they do have a mission too.

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I mean, get on with it already! The ending, on the other hand, seemed rather rushed to me. Again, admittedly, so was the ending in the first book, but there I was left with a depressing sense of doom: Having said all that, still, it was an easy read and some of the characteristics of the post-apocalyptic world of the Metro and its inhabitants still intrigued me.

Despite its flaws, I would probably have liked it better if I had not read Metro I wanted to enjoy this book since I enjoyed Metro and its video game adaptation, but this was a serious disappointment. What I enjoyed about the first novel - the sheer idea of people surviving the nuclear apocalypse in a vast, sprawling network of underground subway stations and the possibilities it presented - is almost entirely absent from this book.

What it does instead if go for a much more straightforward storyline, which is unfortunately far less compelling and interesting. The previo I wanted to enjoy this book since I enjoyed Metro and its video game adaptation, but this was a serious disappointment.

The previous installment read at least at times almost like a collection of loosely related stories in the universe, bound by the protagonist and his quest, which takes him through the different stations of the metro, each of which is unique.

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In this case the author introduces two protagonists one of whom appears in the previous novel , whose stories interconnect and who both have to accomplish an important goal together.

This doesn't sound terrible at all, but this time round Glukhovsky makes it so horribly boring.

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His characters are paper-thin especially Sasha, the teenage girl , and a recurring character from the previous novel is made to be a walking stereotype of a madman traumatized by war.

The characters are unlikable and unbelievable, their relationship is cringy and to make everything worse they constantly engage in conversations about deep subjects with each other and other characters that they meet along the way. However, none of this is profound or enlightening in any way, just flat and uninteresting, and successfully removes any sense of tension or interest that the reader might have developed at the beginning.

I found myself struggling to finish it, and only did it out of a sense of duty. I struggled to finish this and wouldn't recommend it to anyone, especially to those who liked the previous installment and would like to see more of the underground world of the metro.

I know that the author wrote one more book set in this universe, and I might still read it, but for now my enthusiasm to do so has been substantially cooled.

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View all 5 comments. I say 'sort of' as it doesn't really follow on from the events of the first book in the series. Obviously, we're still set in the Metro of Moscow, where humanity is on the brink of extinction living in a post-apocalyptic world.

The Metro has survived and adapted 20 years after the first nuclear weapon was fired. Instead of one big underground system, we're introduced to a type of Greek polis city system, wit "The Fates, good and evil! Instead of one big underground system, we're introduced to a type of Greek polis city system, with their own government, politics and environment. Dmitry Glukhovsky takes a lot of influence from Greek literature and history, which isn't a bad thing - some novels I've read that become saturated in a authors knowledge, whether it be Greek influences or something completely different such as sowing - actually I've never come across a knowledgeable author regarding sowing!

Arytom, the main character from Metro is only mentioned by various characters as a person of awe. Is he alive or was he blown to bits when confronting the Dark One's?

We don't really know. A favourite character of mine does return however, Hunter. Changed psychologically from his encounter with the alien Dark One's, he has forgotten himself - conflicted between wiping out mankind in the Metro or saving mankind which was his original mandate. He is rather badass, not much of a looker though, but then he is Russian and it possibly doesn't help being exposed to radiation. We never find out what happened to Hunter between the previous novel and this one - we can only guess he was damaged by the Dark One's.

Besides Hunter there are three other important characters in Metro - Homer, who is a old man, he wants to write a history of the previous war and of life within the Metro, he seems to be lacking inspiration.

He shortly isn't lacking in this, as Hunter selects him for a mission. Then there is Sasha, daughter of a former commander of one of the Metro's poleis who was banished. She finds herself attempting to influence and calm down Hunter - a interesting dance going on there. Finally there is Leonid, a sort of musician - the story got weird with him, as he seemed to influence people with his music, very strange. Anyway, Leonid wants to seduce Sasha.

He concocts a story about a 'Emerald City' that is just beyond the boundaries of the Metro. A sort of Atlantis and Great Library in one.

This was so terribly written, it just made no place being there, if you want to confuse the reader, you did it there. I always find it amusing when reading Russian fiction, the authors always seem to use a characters full name. It's rather a quirk I've come to chuckle at instead of groan.

Groaning isn't a good thing, what next, apathy? I've not really touched on the story. Hunter is pissed off, he is a confused mesh of wanting to kill everything and everyone and of saving everyone and everything. Sasha is his foil, she helps he remember what he was.

To a extent Homer also does this. Hunter wants to purge a virus that has spread through a neighbouring poleis Tula , by purging he means the station itself and the populace. The posit of the story sits around his fight within himself mentally and of Homer and Sasha.

A nice side story fleshed out by the author is Homer's attempts to write something credible. Metro is essentially about fate and chance. Can a awful experience Hunter change who you are, or can a chance meeting bring you back from the brink and remind you of who you really are Sasha. From a fictional point of view, it is whatever the writer wishes to put to paper. From a realistic point of view, I like to believe the 3 Fates and 9 Muses have no business telling me what to do - so I'll stay in my world of me making the decisions thanking you.

As for Hunter, I'm not sure it's just his broken mind telling him what to do! My impression of was of a disappointing let down on many fronts.

Firstly it's been one years since Arytom disappeared, there is hardly any mention of him. Secondly, Hunter returns but without Arytom? Thirdly the story is really confusing for the first half of the novel.

The story plays out through the point of view of Hunter, Sasha and her father. Then there is Homer and his fumbling with literature and continual reminiscing of the past.

Later on the story is actually told through Homer's written words - all very confusing and not clearly defined. I really struggled with the first half. I don't put down books, but this one I wanted to move on from. What changed? All three stories converged into one, which was great, as the stories became a story and didn't feel so disjointed. Leonid the Piped-Piper of Moscow Metro doesn't really make a appearance until later on, which was great as he turned out to be a weird mystical character who had no place in the novel.

He just didn't sit right with me. Overall the translation is very strong, which for a Russian novel is a good thing - as sometimes things do get lost in translation. What more can I say?

Well a lot more moaning actually, but I'll save it and leave it to the reader to decide. It was an unexpected improvement upon Metro I didn't like Metro as much as the hype made me think I would, and therefore hesitated quite a bit on reading the follow up, Metro Yet I'm glad I did, very glad. It takes a bit of time to get used to the way the three stories are told at the same time, but once they start overlapping it's a real treat for lack of better words.

That what I missed in Metro , the depth and emotional involved and way of describing it, certainly made up to It was an unexpected improvement upon Metro That what I missed in Metro , the depth and emotional involved and way of describing it, certainly made up to me reading this one.

The ending was.. Now, a day after finishing it and having started on the next book, I still let my mind wander to it all. Sep 01, Adam rated it it was ok Shelves: I enjoyed the atmosphere and worldbuilding of Metro , so I picked this up, hoping for more of the world and maybe a bit more action. I was thoroughly disappointed, because this book decided to go different direction altogether: Another problem I've noticed are the characters: What's more, the problems don't feel like something the real characters would deal with, but something author forces on them in order to unnaturally increase the tension, but it fails and kills the immersion instead.

To top it off, the book tries to follow two separate, most important lines, but doesn't quite pull it off and just ends up confusing.

I don't really recommend this. Edit, december This seems to be my most read review, so I updated it a bit with I hope better english.

View 2 comments. Nov 29, Elena rated it really liked it. Totally loved it! Though this is a second book of the 2 books already out, I started my reading from this one I just didn't know there is another one out.

The story is quite interesting, though the only thing it has in common with the first book is that - yes, there was the World War III nuclear one, where nobody realized what had happend until the rockets actually hit and yes 20 years later there are people still living in the Moscow subway system Moscow subway system was actually built as b Totally loved it! The story is quite interesting, though the only thing it has in common with the first book is that - yes, there was the World War III nuclear one, where nobody realized what had happend until the rockets actually hit and yes 20 years later there are people still living in the Moscow subway system Moscow subway system was actually built as bombshelter.

What can I say - one you pick up this book and start reading, its just amaizingly hard to actually put it down until you finish. And after that, you just want MORE!! Of course I did not expect this to be as good as because the bar was set really high. However, it was still very entertaining and interesting to learn more about a different place of the Metro world, especially with the mysterious Hunter as one of the main characters.

Feb 20, Patrick rated it it was ok.It was time to gather the officers and instruct them further. Nobody wanted to become his friend, but everyone followed his orders without any complain, so that he never had to raise his broken voice. The other one shook his head and went silent. Metro tells a previously unknown part of the greater Metro saga that some only know from video games. Yellow, dirty and covered with small signs this plan was a chronicle of the last century.