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For the first time ever, the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society has produced an audio recording of all of Lovecraft's stories. These are not dramatizations like our Dark Adventure Radio Theatre - rather, this is an audiobook of the original stories, in all-new, never-before-heard recordings made by the HPLHS' own Andrew Leman and Sean Branney exclusively for this collection. This collection spans his entire career from his earliest surviving works of childhood to stories completed shortly before his death. All tales include original music by HPLHS composer Troy Sterling Nies.




Metro 2034 Audio Book English Do



The novel was well received by critics and audiences alike. The book was widely popular in Russia where it has sold some 300,000 copies in just six months, making it Russia's biggest local bestseller in 2009. The book has also been published online for free on the Metro 2034 official website, where over a million visitors have read the text.[4]


Although Polis do not agree to intervene, a faction known as the Brahmins (who consist of scientists and academics who collect books from the library above), contact Artyom. They offer a solution to the threat of the Dark Ones in exchange for Artyom's help in recovering a sacred book, as they believe him to be psychically sensitive. Artyom travels to the surface with Melnik and young Brahmin called Daniel. They enter the library and are attacked by the 'librarians', mutated creatures that reside there. Daniel is mortally wounded, but before dying, gives Artyom his reward anyway. It is an envelope containing directions to a functioning missile silo. Artyom and Melnik flee without the book and re-enter the metro, arriving at station Kievskaya. Melnik leaves Artyom at the station while he goes to collect reinforcements but whilst he is away, Artyom becomes involved in the search for a missing child, Oleg. Artyom and Oleg's father are abducted by a tribe of cannibals who worship 'The Great Worm' while following the trail left by the child. They are rescued by Melnik and a squad of fighters and they escape into Metro-2, a secret set of tunnels that lead to the missile site.


Glukhovsky's follow-up novel Metro 2034 was published in 2009, followed by Metro 2035 in 2015. In addition, many other authors have published scores of volumes in the Universe of Metro 2033; anthologies of short stories have been also published and some authors have created their personal underground universes based in other metropolitan areas.[10]


Metro 2033NormalWesternGeneral InformationAuthor:Dmitry GlukhovskyCountry:RussiaLanguage:Russian; has been translated to 35+ other languages.Genre:Fiction, Post-apocalypticPublisher:Eksmo, OrionbooksTänapäev (Estonia)Publication Date:2005 (Russia)2010 (Poland)2010 (USA)2011 (Hungary)2011 (Greece)2012 (Spain)2014 (Estonia)2015 (Georgia)2016 (Romania)Media Type:Print (Hardcover and Paperback), E-book and audioPages:348 (Russian)592 (Polish)458 (English)440 (Hungarian)541 (Spanish)510 (Estonian)632 (Georgian)542 (Greek)624 (Romanian) 733 (German) ISBN:978-5170596782 (Russian) 9789949274833 (Estonian, hardcover) 9789949275700 (Estonian, E-book)Continued By:Metro 2034


In 2009, Metro 2034 was published. Although set in the same world, it isn't a direct sequel to Metro 2033 and does not feature the same protagonist. Glukhovsky later wrote another book - Metro 2035 - which is set 2 years after the first novel and continues the story of Artyom.


Metro 2033, by Russian journalist/author Dmitry Glukhovsky, tells the story of a young man Artyom who traverses the dangers of his apocalyptic world to save it from the new threat from the north. The book describes the consequences of an atomic war; its only survivors strive for existence in the mazes of the Moscow metro system some two decades after the nuclear Holocaust. Formerly a sci-fi novel, Metro 2033 is in fact a dystopia, in which Russia's 'present-day' society is meticulously analyzed and described.


Metro 2034 is the first successor to the original story of Metro 2033. Although it is set in Moscow, just one year after the events of the first book, it is not a direct sequel as it follows the adventures of mostly different characters. Widely popular, it has sold some 300,000 copies in just 6 months, making it Russia's biggest local bestseller in 2009. The book has also been published online for free on Metro 2034 Official Web Site, where over a million visitors have read the text. Glukhovsky has turned a book into an art-project, inviting famous Russian electronic performer Dolphin to write an original soundtrack for the novel, while artist Anton Gretchko worked on the oil-painted images gallery.


Metro 2035 is the direct sequel to Metro 2033 set after Metro 2034, initially it was going to be a novelisation of the video game Metro: Last Light, but in the end follows a slightly different canon and only takes some story elements from Last Light. Nevertheless, it returns to the characters from the original book with Artyom at the lead and brings back some fan favourites from Metro 2034 as well. Thus it is the official continuation of Artyom's story in the fictional universe of Dmitry Glukhovsky's Metro franchise. It has been translated and released in Poland and Hungary a few months after the initial publication in Russia; an English version arrived one year later.


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