The finale of the world famous saga is now in English
Earth: devastated by a nuclear war. Mankind: reduced to a handful of survivors. Last refuge: the subway of Moscow.
Millions have been waiting for this novel for almost a decade.
This Christmas, it’s finally out.
The Metro epic spans over three novels and two video games, tying their stories together in an addictive transmedia plot. This Russian version of the Apocalypse has won a cult following in the Western world and Asia for a reason: it tastes like nothing you read before.
New to the world of Metro?
Start the adventure from its final part and piece up the patchwork later.
Played it, but never read it?
Discover a story that can never fit into video games — and learn what happened to the characters after the end credits.
Read the first two novels?
Prepare yourself for stunning discoveries that will shatter all you knew about this world.
Do you want to know the truth?
The story of Metro is told across novels and video games.
Each part is another piece of the puzzle.
Conceived in 2002 by Russian author and journalist Dmitry Glukhovsky, the Metro story has since become an international phenomenon. The novels inspired at least two major video games and spawned an 80-books wide project, where authors from across the world are joining Glukhovsky to write their own stories set in the same world. Woven together, their novels create the 'Universe of Metro 2033' franchise. And a newcomer can start his acquaintance with the saga from any of these books.
Languages
The number of translations Metro 2033 has received. That’s all over the world!
Million copies
That’s how good the books and games have sold worldwide so far.
Million people
The community of readers you are about to join.
Get ready to fight for the truth
will they believe you?
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