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The Metro books have put Dmitry Glukhovsky in the vanguard of Russian speculative fiction alongside the creator of Night Watch, Sergei Lukyanenko. A year after the events of Metro 2033, the last few survivors of the apocalypse, surrounded by mutants and monsters, face a terrifying new danger as they hang on for survival in the tunnels of the Moscow Metro. Featuring blistering action, vivid and tough characters, claustrophobic tension and dark satire, the Metro books have become bestsellers across Europe.

©2009 Dmitry Glukhovsky; English translation 2013 Andrew Bromfield (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Love it.

I loved the book, the narration was high quality and audiobooks themselves are very helpful in some special way. I wasnt expecting a book translate 2 times to be of this high quality.

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  • MLL
  • 08/11/2017

très bien mais je trouve la fin fin un peudecevan

une suite intéressante mais un peu brouillon selon moi a 2033. dommage que le plan du metro ne soit pas disponible avec le livre audio

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  • J.HANDBANANA
  • 04/10/2015

Nothing to do with first book or games.

It was hard to follow right out of the gate. I had to give this one a second listen. It has nothing to do with the first book or either of the video games. You are very deep into the story before they bring up the main character from the first book and his inclusion will make you wish they left him out of this story. This book is about Hunter, a young girl, an old man and a mysterious virus. It is a good story, set in the same dark and scarey METRO system of Moscow. The author didnt tie the two books together enough for me I guess. He does have the protagonists big reveal tie into the dark ones but waites almost untill the end of the book to do it. I guess if you really want to learn more about the dark ones and what became of them, you'll just have to play the video games. Still, this book is definately worth a listen, just dont go into it expecting to learn anything more about the events and characters of the first book than you already know.

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  • Nathan Andrew Zimmerman
  • 14/09/2017

A big step down from the original

The book:
Unlike Metro 2033, which follows the accounts of Artyom, this book is told in first person from about 4 different characters (Hunter, Homer, Sasha, and Artyom (for a very small portion)). There are multiple switches between each character within each chapter. This sometimes is done very cleverly, leaving you on an exciting cliffhanger; but most of the time it feels like it just gets in the way of the story. Another downside to this is, 2 of the 3 major characters I did not find very interesting at all and felt myself wishing that they would just focus on Hunter. This book has extremely little connection to the first novel, it is not a direct sequel, its almost like a spiritual successor. The story was FAR less action packed than the first novel. There are almost no battles with mutants in the entirety of the novel; no fights between factions; very few action sequences where characters are battling for survival in the bleak Moscow Metro. Instead of Artyom's quest across the entire metro, through hostile factions, up onto the surface to explore red square and the Kremlin like in 2033, this is the story of a few people traveling to a somewhat nearby station to access a potential threat to the metro. The author was clearly trying to focus on creating a more romantic and philosophical theme that ended up being rather heavy handed. All in all, its worth listening to if you were a big fan of the first novel (especially if you plan on completing the trilogy) but if you're looking for the same action packed and post-apocalyptic setting as the first novel, it may be a let down.

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Just like in the first novel, Rupert Degas does a fantastic job of narrating the audiobook. He does a different sounding Russian accent for every character you come across in the book. The story wasn't the greatest, but the performance of Rupert Degas is some of the best I've ever heard of any audiobook I've ever listened to.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29/08/2017

unexpected

Honestly I was disappointed that this story wasn't about Artyom and while he was featured pretty late in the book I really wished that they hadn't named the book Metro 2034 because I was led to believe that it was continuing the story of Artyom but aside from that the story of Homer, Sasha, and Hunter was a good one and this book really builds on world of Metro and is well worth a read- or listen

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  • Dave Norris
  • 05/04/2017

Not 2033 but not bad.

Not as good as the first in the series, but good none the less. I really wish it would have started where the first left off, but the events of the first are barely mentioned. This book is about Hunter and a new group of people. So if you're expecting to know what happened after the events of 2033 it's not really here. I will say it's still a good listen though. Now I'm gonna check out 2035.

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  • deburdette
  • 02/03/2017

Pales in Comparison to its Predecessor

A strong vocal performance cannot salvage this hasty and heavy handed sequel. The book fails the reconcile it's philosophical musings to the actions of its characters, leaving the listener with a furrowed brow from bewilderment.

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  • D. DOMINGUE
  • 21/08/2015

Like a Sophomore Album

This addition to Metro 2033 is about as fulfilling as Michael Crichton's The Lost World was to his Jurassic Park. It was extremely anticlimactic. I kept holding on, hoping that there would be some explosive discovery or some surprising connection to the original story's characters. That never happened. I'd be hard pressed to even summarize the story to a friend because so little happened. The narrator did an amazing job, again. Sadly, he didn't have much of a story to tell. This part of the series has made me know not to pre-order the third addition to the series.

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  • Per Jennische
  • 18/06/2015

An average follow up to the splendid 2033

I really loved 2033 and had high expectations on this sequel, but unfortunately it failed to deliver. Even though pretty well narrated by Rupert Degas the story never caught on with me. Glukhovsky didn't manage to recreate the intense and dark feeling that made the first book so special.

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  • paul brennan
  • 20/02/2015

An honestly good story

This is the story about hope and following dreams even if they are rubbish and false. Although not the story of Artyom. It is the story of hunter and his what had happened to him and his resurfacing. Brought through the eyes or Homer and others.

It is really a good read and the performance is brought out very well. Each character comes out in the vocalists work fluidly. Just sit back and enjoy the story.

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  • Raleigh
  • 20/12/2014

A riveting tale far from the liking of the game.

At first I glanced over the book thinking of the videogame but once I started listening I realized the book took on a while new approach well after the time period of the first book. Cascading the reader into a deep erotic view of life in a post apocalyptic life underground. This book leaves warmth in my imagination like no other.

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  • Viktor
  • 07/04/2015

Realy good

It was a bit different campared to the first book but the Metro feel is still there and I an glad to hear that its the same narrator as in the first book

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  • Conrad
  • 11/10/2016

Great, but not the masterpiece Metro 2033 was for me

I liked the story focusing on Hunter and Homer as well as Sascha.
All in all it had a somewhat good story, though lengthy at times, and far less “diverse” (in lack of a better word) than Metro 2033 (like the sectarians, the Reich, the red line and whatnot).
Better losten to Metro 2033 first, though one can easily follow the story without any knowledge of the prior occurrences.

Would recommend to the die-hard Metro fans.

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  • Malde
  • 10/01/2017

fantastic story. incredible performance

metro is the Lord of the rings of underground fantasy. it's one of the best written books I have ever read. it's a shame there is no metro 2035 audiobook (English)

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