Metro
Books in series4
UNABRIDGED
(4.3 based on 2899 ratings)
  • 1
    Metro 2033 | Dmitry Glukhovsky

    Metro 2033

    • UNABRIDGED (20 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Dmitry Glukhovsky
    • Narrated By Rupert Degas
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2074)
    Performance
    (1937)
    Story
    (1938)

    The year is 2033. The world has been reduced to rubble. Humanity is nearly extinct and 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 remains of civilisation have already become a distant memory. Man has handed over stewardship of the earth to new life-forms. A few score thousand survivors live on, not knowing whether they are the only ones left on Earth....

    Fantastic voicework and great story

    How immersive the story was, how absorbed in the world I'd become whenever I would resume listening. Haven't felt that way with a good book in a long ..Show More »

    Reviewed on November 30 2013 by Jameson (Wall, NJ, United States)
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    Metro 2033 | Dmitry Glukhovsky

    Metro 2033

    • UNABRIDGED (20 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Dmitry Glukhovsky
    • Narrated By Rupert Degas
    Overall
    (154)
    Performance
    (145)
    Story
    (147)

    The year is 2033. The world has been reduced to rubble. Humanity is nearly extinct and 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 remains of civilisation have already become a distant memory. Man has handed over stewardship of the earth to new life-forms.

    Read it while playing the game!

    I started playing the game before reading this book, and finished them both together, there are almost no spoilers shared between the video game and t..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 20 2014 by Morad ()
  • 2
    Metro 2034 | Dmitry Glukhovsky

    Metro 2034

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Dmitry Glukhovsky
    • Narrated By Rupert Degas
    Overall
    (519)
    Performance
    (487)
    Story
    (488)

    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.

    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 o..Show More »

    Reviewed on March 02 2017 by deburdette ()
  • 3
    Metro 2035 | Dmitry Glukhovsky

    Metro 2035

    • UNABRIDGED (19 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Dmitry Glukhovsky
    • Narrated By Rupert Degas
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (152)
    Performance
    (139)
    Story
    (140)

    World War Three wiped out the humankind. The planet is empty now. Huge cities became dust and ashes. Railroads are being eaten by rust. Abandoned satellites hang lonely in their orbits. Radio is mute on all frequencies. The only survivors of the last war were those who made it into the gates of the Metro, the subway system of Moscow city. It's there, hundreds of feet below the ground, in the vaults of what was constructed as the world's largest air-raid shelter, where now people try to outlive the end of days.

    I was so excited, I pre-ordered the book... oops..

    This book was unlike the rest of the books in his story... You can always tell when a writer is out of material because they fill space with cursing a..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 26 2017 by Lee Johnson (North Carolina)