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|Continued By = ''[[Metro 2035]]''}}
 
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'''''The Gospel According to Artyom''''' (Russian: '''Евангелие от Артёма'''), by Russian author [[Dmitry Glukhovsky]], is an epilogue to the novel ''[[Metro 2033]]'' that was written and published several years after Glukhovsky finished his first book. Initially it was released in the form of a short story, as part of the ''Last Refuge'' collection of short stories from the [[Universe of Metro 2033 (Book Series)|Universe of Metro 2033]] series in 2012. Later it was also included with some Polish and German books of the series, and in 2013 finally translated into English and adapted into comic form in time for the release of the video game [[Metro Last Light|Metro: Last Light]].
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'''''The Gospel According to Artyom''''' (Russian: '''Евангелие от Артёма'''), by Russian author [[Dmitry Glukhovsky]], is an epilogue to the novel ''[[Metro 2033]]'' that was written and published several years after Glukhovsky finished his first book. Initially it was released in the form of a short story, as part of the ''Last Refuge'' collection of short stories from the [[Universe of Metro 2033 (Book Series)|Universe of Metro 2033]] series in 2012. Later it was also included with some Polish and German books of the series, years later finally translated into English and adapted into comic form in time for the release of the video game [[Metro Last Light|Metro: Last Light]].
   
 
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