The book goes into detail about the different stations and cultures throughout the metro. A few score thousand survivors live on, not knowing whether they are the only ones left on Earth, living in the Moscow Metro - the biggest air-raid shelter ever built. This inspires Artyom, and he resumes his trek to Polis, and finally arrives there. Characters are barely developed, and are then tossed aside, as soon as they have any personality. The various ideologies of the city-states are believable. I know that's not the right way to do it, but the games version of the story is a lot more entertaining. Now what should he do? And yes, it is actually pretty cool at times.
For example, some of the lines of thought explored by the main character seem far too sophisticated for the level of education and experience he is described as having, and seem to come through more as the author's own opinions on those subjects rather than the idle daydreams of a young man. As these groups began to evolve, the Red Line and the Fourth Reich quickly entered a state of war, as both sought to destroy the other. English readers have also made comments as to how difficult it is to read the maps of the metro presented on the insides of the front and back covers with station names contributing heavily to why many readers couldn't follow where Artyom's journey had led him on the map. Wenn Artjom's Stifvater das Gesicht der angeblichen Mutter nicht erkannt hat, habe ich die russische Signature nochmal entdeckt und mich darüber gefreut. Marcus Fenix and Dominic Santiago fought alongside Dom's elder brother Carlos at Aspho Fields in the epic battle that changed the course of the Pendulum Wars. One day, a new danger appears in Moscow metro tunnels; the danger is so great that all other threats grow dim compared to it. Die Menschen haben sich in die U-Bahn-Schächte der Städte zurückgezogen und schlagen sich irgendwie durch.
Ich mag russische Literatur und dieses Buch hat mich auch nicht enttäuscht. This is, without the faintest shadow of a doubt, the best post-apocalyptic fiction book that I have ever read, and also one of the best fantasy books I have ever read. We are the most advanced and most destructive animals ever to have lived. Glukhovsky's vision of the remnants of human society huddling in the damp and eerie darkness of the Moscow metro while surviving on rats and carefully cultivated mushrooms is a fascinating scenario Although I kept wondering how we would fare here in Melbourne where our subway consists of only four stations- we don't have much space for a post-apocalyptic microcosm of society down there! This seems to be at least partly attributable to translation issues but perhaps not limited to. Before she knew it, her mood was lifting for the first time in years, and she had swapped hiding in her house for fresh air, unknown roads and running tracks. All posts must be directly book related, informative, and discussion focused. The imagination that Sanderson brought to the series, his skill at marshalling epic storylines and dramatic action and his ability to create vivid characters made him a natural choice to complete Robert Jordan's epic Wheel of Time sequence.
It is set in the Moscow Metro, where the last survivors hide after a global nuclear holocaust. I say that because I had just about the same experience. This book won't try to babysit you, so don't expect an easy read. But, honestly, the parts were translation started to get confusing were very few and far between. Auf der Station Wassileostrowskaja verschwindet der lebenswichtige Stromgenerator — geklaut von den Nachbarn? To combat it, Melnik gets them to sing songs, but a Stalker calmly walks into it and is devoured.
He holds the future of his native station in his hands, the whole Metro - and maybe the whole of humanity. I am unfortunately forced to put this book on hold. Mε λίγα λόγια,έχει ένα ενδιαφέρον αλλά β α ρ ε θ η κ α! In 2005 it was printed by Eksmo, Orionbooks and became a nationwide and worldwide bestseller. His perception of parts of the metro is limited by the stories he has heard from people, or read in books. خورشيد ويرانگر تر از هميشه اشعه هايش را بر زمين ميتاباند. Which character — as performed by Rupert Degas — was your favorite? As Artyom realizes that the two races could co-operate, the missiles fall and the Dark Ones are killed.
Eine Gruppe von Stalkern wird losgeschickt, um die Geschehnisse zu untersuchen, unter ihnen Taran, ein Söldner. You can ask in our Weekly Recommendation Thread, consult our or page, or post in. Moskau ist eine Geisterstadt, bevölkert von Mutanten und Ungeheuern. It's also pretty damn scary. As with the first book, the characters are fantastic and I grew to care about them. I never realised that you can read a book through your fingers as you wait for the horrors to leap out from the ruins and the dark. For Artyom, a new station is like a whole different city and these city stations form alliances, declare war on one another, and fight not just against the monsters that descend from above but also one another.
I had to knock off a star for some really really sloppy editing. About to feast on Anton and Artyom, things seem grim, but much to the duo's fortune, Melnik and a team of stalkers enter the station with highly advanced weaponry and ballistic shields. Although its been awhile, I remember the game had its moments that were spooky. During one such trip, Artyom sees a lone dark one. The opening chapters were very interesting, and made the promise of a fascinating postapocalyptic setting in the Moscow metro. But they forgot one thing.
However, I just lost the thread at some point. Christians, fascists, satanists, worm-worshiping cannibals and of course capitalists were discovered with fresh, unpolluted eyes. ايستگاههايي كه فرمانده خودشان را دارند،عبور و مرور از انها گذرنامه م در سال ٢٠١٣،دنيا،در جنگ جهاني سوم و اتمي نابود شده است. Beyond their boundaries, they say, lie endless burned-out deserts and the remains of splintered forests. A nuclear war in 2013 wiped out most of the population of the world, and the remnants living underground in the Moscow subway tunnels believe they are the only humans left alive. It's filled with so many little details, and those details all come together really nicely. What makes them so successful at what they do - and what makes them happiest? It can be very confusing if you don't have the true map.