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Metro 2033

Metro 2033 Book
Author : Dmitry Glukhovsky
Publisher : Gollancz
Release : 2010-03-18
ISBN : 0575086262
File Size : 51,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The year is 2033. The world has been reduced to rubble. Humanity is nearly extinct. The half-destroyed cities have become uninhabitable through radiation. Beyond their boundaries, they say, lie endless burned-out deserts and the remains of splintered forests. Survivors still remember the past greatness of humankind. But the last remains of civilisation have already become a distant memory, the stuff of myth and legend. More than 20 years have passed since the last plane took off from the earth. Rusted railways lead into emptiness. The ether is void and the airwaves echo to a soulless howling where previously the frequencies were full of news from Tokyo, New York, Buenos Aires. Man has handed over stewardship of the earth to new life-forms. Mutated by radiation, they are better adapted to the new world. Man's time is over. A few score thousand survivors live on, not knowing whether they are the only ones left on earth. They live in the Moscow Metro - the biggest air-raid shelter ever built. It is humanity's last refuge. Stations have become mini-statelets, their people uniting around ideas, religions, water-filters - or the simple need to repulse an enemy incursion. It is a world without a tomorrow, with no room for dreams, plans, hopes. Feelings have given way to instinct - the most important of which is survival. Survival at any price. VDNKh is the northernmost inhabited station on its line. It was one of the Metro's best stations and still remains secure. But now a new and terrible threat has appeared. Artyom, a young man living in VDNKh, is given the task of penetrating to the heart of the Metro, to the legendary Polis, to alert everyone to the awful danger and to get help. He holds the future of his native station in his hands, the whole Metro - and maybe the whole of humanity.

Metro 2034

Metro 2034 Book
Author : Dmitry Glukhovsky
Publisher : Gollancz
Release : 2014-02-20
ISBN : 1473204313
File Size : 41,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The basis of two bestselling computer games Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, the Metro books have put Dmitry Glukhovsky in the vanguard of Russian speculative fiction alongside the creator of Night Watch, Sergei Lukyanenko. A year after the events of METRO 2033 the last few survivors of the apocalypse, surrounded by mutants and monsters, face a terrifying new danger as they hang on for survival in the tunnels of the Moscow Metro. Featuring blistering action, vivid and tough characters, claustrophobic tension and dark satire the Metro books have become bestsellers across Europe.

Metro 2035

Metro 2035 Book
Author : Dmitry Glukhovsky
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2016-12
ISBN : 9781539930723
File Size : 26,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Twenty years after Doomsday, survivors of World War Three live in an underground world they have created in the subway system of Moscow. The most stubborn of the survivors, Artyom, will give anything to find and lead his own people to life again on the earth's surface.

Futu Re

Futu  Re Book
Author : Dmitry Glukhovsky
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2015-10-05
ISBN : 9781517679279
File Size : 52,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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'A worthy successor to '1984' and 'Brave New World'' - PLAYBOY What would I do for eternal life? Discoveries made within our lifetime will allow people to remain young forever. There is no more death. Our children will never die. Welcome to a world inhabited by people who are perfectly healthy, beautiful and eternally young. Every utopia has its shadowy backstreets. Someone has to make sure that overpopulation doesn't bring the wonderful world of the future crashing down. Someone has to make people forget their animal instincts and live in a fitting way for immortals. Maybe that someone is me? The utopia "FUTURE" is the first novel after five years' silence from Dmitry Glukhovksy, author of the cult novel "METRO 2033". The author's books have been translated into dozens of foreign languages, selling in millions of copies, and have been adapted for the big screen in Hollywood - but none of them will grip you like "FUTURE".

Metro Last Light Strategy Guide

Metro  Last Light   Strategy Guide Book
Author :
Publisher : Gamer Guides
Release : 2015-11-07
ISBN : 1630418994
File Size : 32,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Step into the shoes of Artyom and enter the overpopulated metro subway system of the post-apocalyptic Russia. Fight your way through the hordes of deadly mutants, brave the surface radiation using naught but a gas mask and meet and defeat the various hostile factions of Moscow's once famous public underground transport system. Our guide will take you from start to finish, grabbing all the collectibles and unlocking as many achievements/trophies as possible as you go. The guide will provide you with tons of hits and tips including: - Complete ALL stories missions with pure stealth! - Location of every Diary Note. - Location of every Musical Instrument. - Location of the game's major and minor Morality Points. - Achievement/Trophy guide to unlock every last one in the game.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupational Outlook Handbook Book
Author : United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1976
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 27,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Download Occupational Outlook Handbook book written by United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics and published by with total hardcover pages 810 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Metro 2034

Metro 2034 Book
Author : Dmitry Glukhovsky
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2016-03-10
ISBN : 9781530482481
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A year after the events of METRO 2033, the last few survivors of the apocalypse, surrounded by mutants and monsters, face a terrifying new danger as they hang on for survival in the tunnels of the Moscow Metro. Featuring blistering action, vivid and tough characters, claustrophobic tension and dark satire, the Metro books have become bestsellers across Europe.

The New Urban Gothic

The New Urban Gothic Book
Author : Holly-Gale Millette,Ruth Heholt
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2020-10-17
ISBN : 3030437779
File Size : 27,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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This collection explores global dystopic, grotesque and retold narratives of degeneration, ecological and economic ruin, dystopia, and inequality in contemporary fictions set in the urban space. Divided into three sections—Identities and Histories, Ruin and Residue, and Global Gothic—The New Urban Gothic explores our anxieties and preoccupation with social inequalities, precarity and the peripheral that are found in so many new fictions across various media. Focusing on non-canonical Gothic global cities, this distinctive collection discusses urban centres in England’s Black Country, Moscow, Detroit, Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Dehli, Srinigar, Shanghai and Barcelona as well as cities of the imaginary, the digital and the animated. This book will appeal to anyone interested in the intersections of time, place, space and media in contemporary Gothic Studies. The New Urban Gothic casts reflections and shadows on the age of the Anthropocene.

Duelling the Russian Cultural Imagination and Masculinity in Crisis

Duelling  the Russian Cultural Imagination  and Masculinity in Crisis Book
Author : Amanda DiGioia
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2020-10-13
ISBN : 1000203727
File Size : 23,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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This book, written from a feminist perspective, uses the focus of duelling to discuss the nature of masculinity in Russia. It traces the development of duelling and masculinity historically from the time of Peter the Great onwards, considers how duelling and masculinity have been represented in both literature and film and assesses the high emphasis given in Soviet times to gender equality, arguing that this was a failed experiment that ran counter to Russian tradition. It examines how duelling continues to be a feature of life in contemporary Russia and relates the situation in Russia to wider scholarship on the nature of masculinity more generally. Overall, the book contends that Russia’s valuing of a strong, militaristic form of masculinity is a major problem.

New Media in New Europe Asia

New Media in New Europe Asia Book
Author : Jeremy Morris,Natalya Rulyova,Vlad Strukov
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2016-04-14
ISBN : 1317590708
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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This volume offers an in-depth investigation of the role of new media in the political, social and cultural life in the region of Europe-Asia. By focusing on new media, which is understood primarily as internet-enabled networked social practice, the book puts forward a political and cultural redefinition of the region which is determined by the recognition of the diversity of new media uses in the countries included in the study. This book focuses on the period prior to the advent of ‘world internet revolutions’, and it registers the region at its pivotal moment—at the time of its entry into the post-broadcast era. Does the Internet aid democratisation or it conditioned by socio-political norms? Has the Internet changed politics or has it had to fit existing political structures? Has the use of digital technologies revolutionized election campaigns? How is hyperlinked society different from society prior to the advent of the web? How do ordinary people actually use the Internet. These and other pressing questions – crucial to understanding the post-socialist world – are investigated in the current volume. This book was published as a special issue of Europe-Asia Studies.

Russian Literature since 1991

Russian Literature since 1991 Book
Author : Evgeny Dobrenko,Mark Lipovetsky
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2015-11-12
ISBN : 1107068517
File Size : 25,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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An international team of leading experts provide the first comprehensive account of post-Soviet Russian literature.

Dystopian States of America Apocalyptic Visions and Warnings in Literature and Film

Dystopian States of America  Apocalyptic Visions and Warnings in Literature and Film Book
Author : Matthew B. Hill
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Release : 2022-09-13
ISBN : 1440873399
File Size : 27,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Dystopian States of America provides students and researchers with an illuminating resource for understanding the impact and relevance of dystopian and apocalyptic works in contemporary American culture. Through its wide survey of dystopian works in numerous forms and genres, the book encourages readers to connect with these works of fiction and understand how the catastrophically grim or disquieting worlds they portray offer insights into our own current situation. In addition to providing more than 150 encyclopedia articles on a large and representative sample of dystopian/apocalyptic narratives in fiction, film, television, and video games (including popular works that often escape critical inquiry), Dystopian States of America features a suite of critical essays on five themes—war, pandemics, totalitarianism, environmental calamity, and technological overreach—that serve as the foundation for most dystopian worlds of the imagination. These offerings complement one another, enabling readers to explore dystopian conceptions of America and the world from multiple perspectives and vantage points.

Travel Best Bets

Travel Best Bets Book
Author : Claire Newell
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2008-02
ISBN : 9781552859131
File Size : 38,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Presents travelers advice on research, trip insurance, air travel, cruises, vehicle rentals, traveling with children, specialty travel, and safety.

Toxic Immanence

Toxic Immanence Book
Author : Livia Monnet
Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release : 2022-09-15
ISBN : 0228013267
File Size : 36,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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More than a decade after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, what we are witnessing is not a Second Nuclear Age – there is no post-atomic – but an uncanny, quiet return of the nuclear threat that so vividly animated the Cold War era. The renewed threat of nuclear proliferation, public complacency regarding weapons stockpiles, and the lack of a single functioning long-term repository after seventy years and thousands of tonnes of nuclear waste reveals the industry’s capacity for self-reinvention abetted by an ever-present capacity to forget. More than “fabulously textual,” as Jacques Derrida described it, the protean, unbound, and unending materiality of the nuclear is here to stay: resistance is crucial. Toxic Immanence introduces contemporary interdisciplinary perspectives that resist and decolonize the nuclear. Contributors highlight the prevalence and irrationality of slow violence and colonial governance as elements of the contemporary nuclear age. They propose a reappraisal of Cold War-era anti-nuclear art as well as pop culture representations of nuclear disaster, while decolonizing pedagogies advance the role of education in communicating and understanding the lethality of nuclear complexes. Collectively, the essays develop a robust critical discourse across fields of nuclear knowledge and integrate the work of the nuclear humanities with environmental justice and Indigenous rights activism. This reach across ways of knowing extends artistically: the poetry and photography included in this volume offer visions of past and present nuclear legacies. Conceived as a critical reflection on the potential of nuclear humanities, Toxic Immanence offers intellectual strategies for resisting and abolishing the global nuclear regime.

Guns Grenades and Grunts

Guns  Grenades  and Grunts Book
Author : Gerald A. Voorhees,Joshua Call,Katie Whitlock
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release : 2012-11-02
ISBN : 1441146261
File Size : 39,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Known for their visibility and tendency to generate controversy, first-person shooter (FPS) games are cultural icons and powder-kegs in American society. Contributors will examine a range of FPS games such as the Doom, Half-Life, System Shock, Deus Ex, Halo, Medal of Honor and Call of Duty franchises. By applying and enriching a broad range of perspectives, this volume will address the cultural relevance and place of the genre in game studies, game theory and the cultures of game players. Guns, Grenades, and Grunts gathers scholars from all disciplines to bring the weight of contemporary social theory and media criticism to bear on the public controversy and intellectual investigation of first-person shooter games. As a genre, FPS games have helped shepherd the game industry from the early days of shareware distribution and underground gaming clans to contemporary multimillion dollar production budgets, Hollywood-style launches, downloadable content and worldwide professional gaming leagues. The FPS has been and will continue to be a staple of the game market.

Images of the Anthropocene in Speculative Fiction

Images of the Anthropocene in Speculative Fiction Book
Author : Tereza Dědinová,Weronika Łaszkiewicz,Sylwia Borowska-Szerszun
Publisher : Lexington Books
Release : 2021-02-25
ISBN : 1793636648
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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In order to demonstrate that speculative fiction provides a valuable contribution to the discussion about the challenges of the Anthropocene, Images of the Anthropocene in Speculative Fiction investigates a range of novels whose subject matter pertains to various aspects of the Anthropocene. These include the destruction and protection of the natural environment, the relationship between human and non-human inhabitants of the planet, the role of myth in the shaping of and combat against the Anthropocene, the political dimensions of the Anthropocene, the ensuing threat of the Apocalypse, and the role of post-apocalyptic narratives. To explore these topics our authors examine the works of Patricia Briggs, M.R. Carey, Dmitry Glukhovsky, Ursula K. Le Guin, N.K. Jemisin, Stephenie Meyer, China Miéville, James Patterson, Maggie Stiefvater, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Scott Westfield. Their essays demonstrate that speculative fiction, given its ability to pursue scenarios of alternative history and present familiar things in an unfamiliar way, can alter the readers’ perception of their duties and responsibilities towards their communities and the world, so that the threat of human-wrought destruction might ultimately be averted.

Hell Divers

Hell Divers Book
Author : Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Publisher : Blackstone Publishing
Release : 2016-07-19
ISBN : 1504725867
File Size : 30,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The New York Times and USA Today bestselling series They dive so humanity survives ... More than two centuries after World War III poisoned the planet, the final bastion of humanity lives on massive airships circling the globe in search of a habitable area to call home. Aging and outdated, most of the ships plummeted back to earth long ago. The only thing keeping the two surviving lifeboats in the sky are Hell Divers—men and women who risk their lives by skydiving to the surface to scavenge for parts the ships desperately need. When one of the remaining airships is damaged in an electrical storm, a Hell Diver team is deployed to a hostile zone called Hades. But there’s something down there far worse than the mutated creatures discovered on dives in the past—something that threatens the fragile future of humanity.

An Unreliable Truth

An Unreliable Truth Book
Author : Victor Methos
Publisher : Sterling Mystery Series
Release : 2022-02
ISBN : 9781638082064
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Two couples cut to bits near a canyon close to the Nevada border. The police pull over blood-soaked Arlo Ward not far from the site of the grisly murders; he fully cooperates with the officers, grinning through a remorseless confession dripping with gory detail. Investigators find no murder weapon, but young, awkward Arlo's confession is signed, taped, and delivered.

BioShock Rapture

BioShock  Rapture Book
Author : John Shirley
Publisher : Macmillan
Release : 2011-07-19
ISBN : 9781429949316
File Size : 36,7 Mb
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It's the end of World War II. FDR's New Deal has redefined American politics. Taxes are at an all-time high. The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki has brought a fear of total annihilation. The rise of secret government agencies and sanctions on business has many watching their backs. America's sense of freedom is diminishing . . . and many are desperate to take that freedom back. Among them is a great dreamer, an immigrant who pulled himself from the depths of poverty to become one of the wealthiest and admired men in the world. That man is Andrew Ryan, and he believed that great men and women deserve better. And so he set out to create the impossible, a utopia free from government, censorship, and moral restrictions on science--where what you give is what you get. He created Rapture---the shining city below the sea. But as we all know, this utopia suffered a great tragedy. This is the story of how it all came to be . . .and how it all ended. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Forms and Functions of Endings in Narrative Digital Games

Forms and Functions of Endings in Narrative Digital Games Book
Author : Michelle Herte
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2020-09-08
ISBN : 1000172767
File Size : 29,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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This book looks closely at the endings of narrative digital games, examining their ways of concluding the processes of both storytelling and play in order to gain insight into what endings are and how we identify them in different media. While narrative digital games share many representational strategies for signalling their upcoming end with more traditional narrative media – such as novels or movies – they also show many forms of endings that often radically differ from our conventional understanding of conclusion and closure. From vast game worlds that remain open for play after a story’s finale, to multiple endings that are often hailed as a means for players to create their own stories, to the potentially tragic endings of failure and "game over", digital games question the traditional singularity and finality of endings. Using a broad range of examples, this book delves deeply into these and other forms and their functions, both to reveal the closural specificities of the ludonarrative hybrid that digital games are, as well as to find the core elements that characterise endings in any medium. It examines how endings make themselves known to players and raises the question of how well-established closural conventions blend with play and a player’s effort to achieve a goal. As an interdisciplinary study that draws on game studies as much as on transmedial narratology, Forms and Functions of Endings in Narrative Digital Games is suited for scholars and students of digital games as well as for narratologists yet to become familiar with this medium.

Science Fiction Video Games

Science Fiction Video Games Book
Author : Neal Roger Tringham
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2014-09-10
ISBN : 1482203898
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Understand Video Games as Works of Science Fiction and Interactive Stories Science Fiction Video Games focuses on games that are part of the science fiction genre, rather than set in magical milieux or exaggerated versions of our own world. Unlike many existing books and websites that cover some of the same material, this book emphasizes critical analysis, especially the analysis of narrative. The author analyzes narrative via an original categorization of story forms in games. He also discusses video games as works of science fiction, including their characteristic themes and the links between them and other forms of science fiction. Delve into a Collection of Science Fiction Games The beginning chapters explore game design and the history of science-fictional video games. The majority of the text deals with individual science-fictional games and the histories and natures of their various forms, such as the puzzle-based adventure and the more exploratory and immediate computer role-playing game (RPG).