Review of Glukhovsky’s Metro 2033

The apocalypse has arrived via a massive nuclear war and a few thousand desperate survivors cling to what remains of life in the once glorious metro system of Moscow. Their lives are hard, brutish and short. Most people are tied to the micro-regimes that have emerged at one or a small number of subway stations as part of the system – in fact, numerous such regimes have emerged and it is the differences between them that mark the majority of the action of the plot.

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