Metro 2033 Dialectical Journal

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Metro 2033 Book
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Artyom- Keanu Reeves
Hunter- Ron Perlman
Khan- Christopher Walking
Bourbon- Dolph Lungren
Artyom: “There's only one thing that can save a man from madness and that's uncertainty.” (Page 125)
Artyom: “The number of places in paradise is limited; only in hell is entry open to all.” (Page 148)
Narrator: “Humans had always been better at killing than any other living thing.” (page 9)
Mikhail Porfirevich: “And then, after five minutes of silence, almost inaudibly, the old man sighed and said, more to himself than to Artyom: ‘Lord, what a splendid world we ruined . . .” (Page 116)
Book Information
• Published: March 28, 2010
• Author: Dmitry Glukhovsky
• Genre: Post-Apocalyptic fiction
• Metro 2033
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One reason that I would say this is that they don’t give too much detail about the villains of the story, which I though you would learn more about them as you got more into the story, but they just restate the same thing about them or tell you a detail about them that doesn’t help with the story plot. Another reason that I don’t like the book is that the supporting characters die too fast along with they don’t give you enough detail about the characters, so you can’t feel sad or angry when they die. My last reason for this is that the story plot is too fast, and that it should be longer so that you can understand what is happening, along with what is happening in between the cities he goes to so that you don’t get confused. For these reasons I would give it a 4/10 and if you wouldn’t like a book for these reasons, then don’t get it.”- New York …show more content…
Artyom's epic struggle to reach Polis from the subway station of VDNKh and deliver the message that the Dark Ones are invading the station and the future of the entire metro population is at risk is a great story plot to me. I would have to agree with people saying that most of the character are bland and have a generic backstory, but I disagree with what people think about Khan since he has a background that I’ve never would have thought an author would be able to give a story plot, and he always gives Artyom two ways to solve the world’s issue which help push to plot greatly. I would give this 9/10 since this book is good.” – Troy