Metro 2034 by Dmitry Glukhovsky, the sequel to Metro 2033, follows a new expedition through the metro and its many dangerous tunnels. Sebastopol, a station often attacked by monsters and bandits, is often requesting more ammunition and supplies, but communications are down. Every party of soldiers sent to investigate never returns. Luckily, a grizzled soldier takes up the task and requests the help of a story-teller named Homer.
This review will contain small spoilers for Metro 2033, but will be a spoiler-free review for Metro 2034 itself. Let’s get into it!
Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert is the second novel in the Dune series. It continues the story of Paul Atreides, Muad’dib, who is now Emperor. With being emperor comes an assortment of threats, from old enemies and allies. Even the tapestry of time is incomplete despite his powers to see various threads of the future. Something lies hidden; is it a gift or a threat?
Here is my spoiler-free review of Dune Messiah!
For this week’s book review, I cover a classic novel by Jules Verne; Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. It’s the story of three men and their deep-ocean tour of the world in Captain Nemo’s submersible, the Nautilus. A story of captivity, a mysterious captain and to cap it off, the wonders of the ocean.
Here is my spoiler-free review of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea!
Dune by Frank Herbert is a classic science fiction novel that tells the story of a desert covered planet called Arrakis and the extraordinary journey of a young noble, Paul Atreides. It’s a story filled with fascinating political conflict, fantastic prophecy and drama on a Shakespearean level.
Here is my spoiler-free review of Dune!
“For that reason, we have decided a guardian is required,” the High Magistrate concluded.
From the line of robed holy men, another stepped forward to conclude the speech. Yet, his words fell on deaf ears and decided minds would not be perturbed by the warnings. Everyone had stepped forward to volunteer and all would willingly sacrifice themselves if it meant they had a chance to serve.
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