"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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Exit Strategy Reviews
These novelas pack as much drama and excitement as regular 300 page novels and 600 pages of Jordan books. Not much to say, if you haven't read the first three, start there, if you have you will already be wanting to read this. It is well worth it and I can't wait for a rumored full length novel.
This latest and perhaps last Diary wraps up a very interesting time for our wonderful Security Bot.
Who knew that going completely rogue, hacking his/her own programming, and calling no shots but his/her own could be so HAIRY?
Oh, wait... EVERYONE knew that. :)
I know I just got done hacking my own programming and just went through the exact same issues as our favorite Murderbot. Guilt. Emotion. Friendship. Yeah. I hate all those things, too.
But at least I have my SF soaps! Soaps make everything go ...more
“I don’t want to be human.”
What we hoped finally happens. Murderbot upon finding out that Dr Mensah and her team are in danger decides to come to the rescue.
Yes, this is a Space Opera kind of story with great action scenes, but ultimately it is Rin’s character that grabs you. Its self deprecation and snarky side are so relatable and likeable, but even more so is witnessing Its psychological and emotional development.
Trust Wells to give us a great ‘open’ resolution to this series of novella ...more
This is my favorite of this series since the initial novella. Murderbot is reunited with that first group of humans to which it revealed its personality and independence; the first people for whom it voluntarily risked life and limb and freedom.
I still wish these were novels instead of shorts, if only to allow for more in-depth characterizations. But I don’t think the four novellas would squash together for a very good novel, since the action in each is so repetitive: Murderbot hacks computer sy ...more
Best novella series
I love Murderbot SO MUCH
I can't wait for 2020 and the novel!!
And the final Murderbot adventure is over.
Well, not final, I guess, since there is going to be a Murderbot novel in 2020 (hooray!), but final FOR NOW. The initial arc of Murderbot becoming a person has concluded.
We come full circle in Exit Strategy, with Murderbot traveling back to rescue Dr. Mensah, and teaming up with the initial group of humans from All Systems Red. Murderbot's irrational grudge against Gurathin continues to give me life:
"I don’t want to be a pet robot."...more
"I don’t think any
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.
I had a great time with this newest installment in the Murderbot Diaries series. After reading the previous three installments in the series, I knew that I was going to have to read about Murderbot's further adventures just as soon as I could. This is a novella length piece that could easily be read in a single evening. I do think that this series is best read in order since this newest entry touched on things that happened in previo ...more
5 big display surfaces for this wrap-up of the story started in the first Murderbot Diaries story.
Murderbot reunites with the team he was protecting in book one, only to find that GrayCris is holding Dr. Mensah hostage. Murderbot, cranky and super sarcastic as always, must find a way to deal with this new situation. Which it does, in its misanthropic, humourous and brilliant style.
I loved this whole series, and am so glad there's more Murderbot to come.