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All Systems Red

In a corporate-dominated spacefaring future, planetary missions must be approved and supplied by the Company. Exploratory teams are accompanied by Company-supplied security androids, for their own safety.But in a society where contracts are awarded to the lowest bidder, safety isnt a primary concern.On a distant planet, a team of scientists are conducting surface tests, shadowed by their Company-supplied droid a self-aware SecUnit that has hacked its own governor module, and refers to itself (though never out loud) as Murderbot. Scornful of humans, all it really wants is to be left alone long enough to figure out who it is.But when a neighboring mission goes dark, it's up to the scientists and their Murderbot to get to the truth....

Title : All Systems Red
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ISBN : 9780765397522
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 144 pages
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All Systems Red Reviews

  • Bradley

    When I heard the premise I expected a light robot killer story from the PoV from the robot. Probably a PI mystery kind of thing because that seems to be pretty hot right now. I can rattle off a handful of titles like this right now.

    So. What did I get? A fun and light robot murderer who hacks herself to have free will and she stops murdering to watch SF sitcoms instead. :)

    Honestly, that's pretty cool. Yeah, her official bruiser job is still there but her mechanical heart isn't really into it. Who

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)

    (4.25) I related to Murderbot a bit too much…

    Murderbot is a half robot, half human construct who’s job is to be a security guard to protect some humans while they do their research on a planet.

    Thing is, Murderbot doesn’t really like humans and would rather watch entertainment videos all day.

    Fun novella, I just want moooore!

  • Gavin

    As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failure.

    That was the hook that drew me to Martha Wells's fantastic sci-fi novella All Systems Red. It was everything an AI sci-fi story should be and then some! It was thought provoking but also entertaining and engaging.

    In a future dominated by big corporations any new planetary exploratory teams need to be accompanied by a Company owned SecUnit android. Ostensibly this is to keep them safe but it also helps the Company monitor what the teams are

  • Mimi

    The audio read by Kevin R. Free is superbly read and a lot of fun. He captured Murderbot's personality almost exactly how I had imagined it.

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    Rereading via audio to prepare for Artificial Condition.

    It's been just a year, but I'm already having trouble recalling the details of this story. Since the next one in the series is about Murderbot's origin, it's best to refresh with a reread rather than depend on faulty data storage.

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    Release date set for May 2.

    Cover reveal and except at h

  • Sh3llraiser (grumpybookgrrrl)

    Murderbot is a part human (organic) and part machine being who works security for off-planet groups that do work and explore. The humans they are working for (the bot has no gender) experience trouble (like murder and sabotage and stuff) and Murderbot must save the day.

    So this was entertaining and a very quick read. I am not sure what I was expecting, but it didn't quite live up to the hype for me. Murderbot is trying (through no fault of their own) to be more human or at least adapt to humanit

  • Emma

    “You may have noticed that when I do manage to care, I’m a pessimist.”

    What a fantastic novella! I’ve had Martha Wells on my tbr list for a long time and even downloaded one of her fantasy novels but have never felt like reading it. The other day this came to my attention and thought maybe it would serve as an access story.

    Murderbot is a Secbot, designed to guard and protect clients on missions. Murderbot has a great personality and loves downloading soaps and other entertainment to keep itself

  • Karl

    Entry #1

    I will be starting to read this book in a few hours. I just found out that Ms. Wells has sold a total of four (count em (4)) novellas in the Murderbot series with the second titled "Artificial Condition" (16.99 for a hardcover and 9.99 for the kindle) to appear somewhere near the beginning of 2018 and upon a bit of research found the the book here at GR ->

    Book 3 is scheduled to be a hardcover titled "Rogue Protocol" (The Murderbot Diaries #3)

  • Petrik

    A super short and quite fun read.

    This will be a short review. All Systems Red is the first book in The Murderbot Diaries quartet by Martha Wells. I've heard tons of praises about this novella and series; All Systems Red in particular received plenty of awards and because of that I was super excited to start this. The first 30% was honestly fun to read, I laughed and smiled a few times and I loved just how much of a spirit animal Murderbot is. And then I realized that the only thing from the book

    “I could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites. It had been well over 35,000 hours or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don't know, a little under 35,000 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed. As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failure.”

    That's it. I love Murderbot awkward interaction with humans and how much it wants to only binge watch TV series. However, the rest of the book—plot, characters, world-building—really didn't catch my interest; I thought the novella to be quite overrated. Overall though, if you’re looking for a short read—I finished the book in less than 1 hour 30 minutes—and something light-hearted, I think you’ll like Murderbots.

    You can order the book HERE! ...more