Towards the Light

I’ve previously written about two books from Dmitry_Glukhovsky’s post-apocalyptic Universe of Metro 2033: Metro 2033 and Metro 2034. There are many published in Russian, and some originals in other languages, but translations are few so far. In Swedish there are currently four of them. I have just read Towards the Light by Andrey Dyakov, who …

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A very special day

Weather report: Sunshine, no wind, around zero and some snow remain. A very bright day. Today is a very special day. Economy report: Economic equality is increasing by leaps and bounds, employment and self-employment will rise and profits increase in productive business. Banks and bank oligopolies will be broken up, and One thousand nine hundred …

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Metro 2034

I have read Metro 2034, the follow-up to Metro 2033. One character from the first book is one of the main ones in this. The main protagonist in Metro 2033 does not appear in 2034, unless the shortly mentioned person with the same name, actually is the same character. This book is not as surprising …

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Metro 2033

I read another Russian sci-fi recommended to me by the younger generation. It’s been quite much reading of modern Russians for me lately, such as Nick Perumov. Metro 2033 by Dmitry Glukhovsky. Metro 2033 is his first novel, originally published on the web for free (as in beer). I have read the official Swedish translation, …

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