SciFi’s favorite antisocial A.I. is again on a mission. The case against the too-big-to-fail GrayCris Corporation is floundering, and more importantly, authorities are beginning to ask more questions about where Dr. Mensah’s SecUnit is.And Murderbot would rather those questions went away. For good. ...
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Rogue Protocol Reviews
Rogue Protocol was another enjoyable read in the Murderbot series – I definitely liked it, but I have to admit, it lacked the spark that the two previous episodes had. Here are the things I enjoyed in this book.
As Usual For Murderbot, The Crew Is Nice
The crew in this book is nice, but in a different way than normal – because Murderbot doesn't actually have any contracted clients this time. I would not want to spoil too much, but the deal is like this – Murderbot is free, but they're having a ...more
4.5 stars Really love this series.
Oh, Murderbot. You are such an idiot savant. A security idiot savant.
Another excellent instalment in the Murderbot Diaries that has me anxiously awaiting the fourth and concluding novella in the series. The main character retains the trademark dry humour that makes Rin's voice so appealing to read. The story progresses nicely and continues to be tight and densely complex for such a short piece. Honestly, I can't get enough of these books.
The Murderbot Diaries, Book 3
By: Martha Wells
Narrated by: Kevin R. Free
This book takes our murderbot on a very dangerous job when it should have been a simple case but thankfully she is no ordinary bot, it is a kick-butt not that may look human but pass for augmented human. No one would suspect a murderbot! She was certainly right for this job. She also meets another bot...possibly another friend for it? That would be exciting!
Wonderful narration! Although they have a male voice, w ...more
The good news is that when the robots rebel and decide to kill us all - because let's face it, it's gonna happen - we may have a surprising super-hero in Murderbot. Our favorite snarky, tv-addicted, misanthrope robot can't seem to help him-or-her self when it comes to saving humans. Every time he/she tries to get away from us, he/she ends up needing to save human lives. A very unlikely and begrudging hero.
Heroes come in a lot of different ways.
This book is the continuing story of Murderbot, so i ...more
This was another fun instalment of Martha Wells The Murderbot Diaries novella series.
I'm a big fan of Well's capitalist future gone awry sci-fi world and of her memorable and fantastic lead character, the security unit, Murderbot! Our favourite grumpy, socially anxious, security bot is the story's only POV character and that really works as Murderbot is a truly unique character with an engaging voice. Well's gets to inject a tone of humor into the story via Murderbot's wry observations on the t ...more
I tried hard to keep this free of spoilers, but I might have failed a little.
“There needs to be an error code that means ‘I received your request but decided to ignore you.‘“
Sassy bot is back! This newest novella is full of increasing levels of snark, sarcasm and mental eye rolls by one of the most engaging AIs I have met so far.
“Who knew being a heartless killing machine would present so many moral dilemmas.“
Murderbot is still struggling with... emerging emotions? Becoming more human? Trying an ...more