Metro 2034 / Dmitry Glukhovsky ; translated by Andrew Bromfield.
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|New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle||F GLUK (Text)||39231033496023||Ratcliffe-Carnegie Reading Room||Checked out||01/31/2019|
- ISBN: 9781530482481
- ISBN: 1530482488
- Physical Description: 303 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Future Corp., 
Metro 2034 continues the story of survival and struggle that unfolds in the mazes of the Moscow subway after the World War Three. As the entire civilization was wiped out by atomic bombs and the surface of the planet is polluted with nuclear fallout, the only place suitable for man to live are shelters and bunkers, of which the largest is the subway system of Moscow, aka the Metro. The year is 2034. There's no hope for humans to once 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... This is the first US edition of Metro 2034, containing black and white hip illustrations by Anton Grechko for each chapter. Translated from Russian by Andrew J. Bromfield, one of the top 5 world specialists.
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