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Dmitry Glukhovsky to Present his New Novel Metro 2035
19.06.2015 10:17
Dmitry Glukhovsky to Present his New Novel Metro 2035

The writer Dmitry Glukhovsky is going to present in Perm one of the most highly anticipated novels Metro 2035.


The meeting with the author will take place in the Smyshlyaev House of the Pushkin Library in Perm on June 26, starting at 7 pm.


Metro 2035 is the final novel of the trilogy started with the book Metro 2033 - one of the most famous works by Russian writers abroad. The renowned author of the successful cultural project of the early 2000s will present his new novel to fans, give an autograph session and answer readers’ questions.


According to the author, the new novel will give an impetus to development of the post-apocalyptic future Universe created by him.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Dmitry Glukhovsky Metro 2035 Russian Writers Russian Literature  

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