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Metro 2033

Metro 2033
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Metrosexual.

3 years, 9 months ago at Jul 13 22:51
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Picture the scene: humanity has once again illustrated its immeasurable stupidity by wiping out all life on Earth with a nuclear Armageddon. Those bloody bombs sure know how to ruin a perfectly viable ecosystem! Some twenty years later and it's now 2033 and we're living in the Moscow Metro System, perhaps the only place on Earth where human life still exists. Being reasonably safe from the perils ... read more
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Description: The year is 2033. The world has been reduced to rubble. Humanity is nearly extinct. The half-destroyed cities have become uninhabitable through radiation. Beyond their boundaries, they say, lie endless burned-out deserts and the remains of splintered forests. Survivors still remember the past greatness of humankind. But the last remai ... (more)
Manufacturer: Heyne Verlag
Release date: 18 March 2010
ISBN-10 : 3453532988 | ISBN-13: 9783453532984
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Alright, this is my Book-Meme (The 20 Day-Version) (24 books items)

"I began reading it and just didn't make any progress. I WANT to finish it but it's just so uninteresting. All the actions seem so insignifant and there's no progress in the story. Maybe it gets much better after the first quarter but I just can't get myself to continue. I thought it would be a cool book because it kinda sounded like a video game... (who knew there would actually be a video game released some time later!)"


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...and I feel fine! (546 books items)

"Nuclear Holocaust Has now been adapted into a video game, "Metro 2033""


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Books read in 2011 (5 books items)

"Vähintäänkin suositeltava ydinsodan jälkeinen maailmankuvaus. Kirjan pimeät metrotunnelit on kuvattu erittäin yksityiskohtaisesti, minkä seurauksena tunnelma on ajoittain ahdistava ja jopa kauhua herättävä. Kirjan peliversiokin on hieno, vaikkakin tämä keskittyy enemmän kauhun nostattamiseen ja toimintaa on vähemmän kuin konsoliversiossa. Synkkyydestään huolimatta kirja jaksaa viihdyttää koko pituutensa ajan ja kerrontatyyli sekä varsinkin lopetus onnistuvat herättämään a"


The Flagship posted a review 3 years, 9 months ago

Metrosexual.

“Picture the scene: humanity has once again illustrated its immeasurable stupidity by wiping out all life on Earth with a nuclear Armageddon. Those bloody bombs sure know how to ruin a perfectly viable ecosystem! Some twenty years later and it's now 2033 and we're living in the Moscow Metro System, perhaps the only place on Earth where human life still exists. Being reasonably safe from the perils of fatal radiation doses and the intense sunlight that would surely blind any tunnel-dwelling eyeball, our pitiful species continues to exist in the dark, deep, dank tunnels, living on a diet of pork and mushrooms.

In our absence, in the skeletal remains of our once glorious metropolises, radiation borne creatures of unfathomable shape, and indistinguishable origin have begun to thrive, ” read more