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Exit Strategy

"I love Murderbot!" Ann Leckie The fourth and final part of the Murderbot Diaries series that began with All Systems Red.Murderbot wasnt programmed to care. So, its decision to help the only human who ever showed it respect must be a system glitch, right?Having traveled the width of the galaxy to unearth details of its own murderous transgressions, as well as those of the GrayCris Corporation, Murderbot is heading home to help Dr. Mensahits former owner (protector? friend?)submit evidence that could prevent GrayCris from destroying more colonists in its never-ending quest for profit.But whos going to believe a SecUnit gone rogue?And what will become of it when its caught?At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied....

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ISBN : 35519109
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 176 pages
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Exit Strategy Reviews

  • The Captain

    Ahoy there me mateys! This be the last book of a quartet. While I try to post no spoilers, if ye haven’t read the previous three then ye might want to skip this post. If ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril . . .

    I love the Murderbot! Basically I have been avidly waiting for this book ever since I finished rogue protocol. Hell, I wanted all four of them as soon as I had finished the first novella. I read this wonderful conclusion and immediately want

  • Lucille

    Best novella series

    I love Murderbot SO MUCH

    I can't wait for 2020 and the novel!!

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽

    On sale now! 4+ stars, pushing 4.5. This fourth novella wraps up the initial set of the adventures of Murderbot. Review first posted on Fantasy Literature:

    Murderbot, the snarky, introverted cyborg hero of Martha Wells’ THE MURDERBOT DIARIES series, returns from its trip to Milu, the deserted terraforming facility in space. The cyborg Security Unit ― which has committed the unprecedented crime of hacking its “governor” that required it to obey orders ― was searching on Milu for additional eviden

    That she understood even that much made me melt. I hate that this happens, it makes me feel vulnerable. Maybe that was why I had been nervous about meeting Mensah again, and not all the other dumb reasons I had come up with. I hadn’t been afraid that she wasn’t my friend, I had been afraid that she was, and what it did to me.
    It (Murderbot is never assigned a gender, and probably would be appalled at the thought) still frequently criticizes human stupidity, though it doesn’t even try to pretend to itself any more that it isn’t going to do whatever it can to help out people who need its assistance. It’s all delivered up in Murderbot’s hilariously sarcastic voice.
    On the feed the human settled some details of what I was designating as Operation Not Actually A Completely Terrible Plan.
    The first novella in this series, All Systems Red, won both the Nebula and Hugo awards, and the following novellas in this series have maintained its engaging combination of space opera adventure and Murderbot’s unique concerns about its self-identity and choices. Cyborg SecUnits are viewed as mere property by their developers, but Dr. Mensah and others have urged Murderbot to view itself as their friend and as an individual with independent rights and freedoms. Murderbot struggles with both views, and seeing that struggle play out is one of the appealing things about this series.

    THE MURDERBOT DIARIES series has been a pleasure to read. The four novellas in this series range from about 150 to 175 pages each, so they go down quickly and easily, but they have some real substance along with the excitement and mayhem. I’m delighted that Wells is now planning to publish a full-length Murderbot novel. There can never be too much Murderbot in my life!

    I received a free copy of this ebook from Tor for review. Thank you so much!! ...more

  • Alexa

    this is like, my favourite novella series in the history of the universe? I was really afraid that I wouldn't like the ending, but I ended up being very satisfied by it. it's pretty open, but not open enough to feel like you have no conclusion.

    review to come sometime in September

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    It was very dramatic, like something out of a historical adventure serial. Also correct in every aspect except for all the facts, like something out of a historical adventure serial.

    Amazing. As always.

    I’ve written a full review for the Murderbot series before, so I guess the biggest thing I have to say about this conclusion novella is that it sticks to everything it has already succeeded at. This series is… so much fun, and also one of my favorite examples of playing with tropes I’ve ever se ...more

  • Giedre


    Solid conclusion to the novella series. That said, if Murderbot wasn't such a fun narrator, I probably wouldn't have read all four of them.

  • Jon Adams

    I can't wait for the full length novel. :)

  • Cathy (cathepsut)

    “WHEN I GOT BACK to HaveRatton Station, a bunch of humans tried to kill me. Considering how much I’d been thinking about killing a bunch of humans, it was only fair.“

    If I hadn‘t been so tired last night, I would have read this in one sitting. Very good. Not as fast paced as the last one, a little lighter on humour, but still full of the expected snark and eye-rolling. Nice ending to this story arc. It lacked a little of the suspense and tension of the previous novellas in my opinion, but it was