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    Charming, original, and just plain fun!

    So, having bought this book only a few hours ago, I am pleased to say that I just finished reading it, with a grin on my face the whole time. Snide, disillusioned, socially awkward androids are my new favorite characters of all time. Murderbot is amazing and I desperately hope that Wells continues to write more stories about this most amazing Unit.
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    I love you Murderbot

    This wasn't at all what I expected - it was 10 times better! Dry humour, action, murder and so many feels. A throughly entertaining read.
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    Nice Book, Easy Read

    Another play on the anxious hero theme. Nothing complicated, but good entertainment. Within those limitations, well written.
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    Pinocchio meets the future

    This short book has the potential to live up to all the hype that preceded it’s original release. A Security Unit humanoid-robot has developed the ability to override its governor protocol and instead of killing everyone, begins to tap ethical protocols and to “think” for itself, discovering that the company who made it wasn’t as neutral as it claimed to be. Having destroyed its previous “renters”, it calls itself “Murderbot” and in the beginning it really is a snarky self concerned little ...snit. However, as it begins to interact with the humans working with it, it begins to care...and then things get really interesting. This was fascinating and I’m off to reserve the next in the series. Highly recommended. 5/5
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    I love Murderbot!

    This was great! I had a good feeling about this book when I found myself chuckling on the very first page. This was a story that I didn't want to start once I got started which worked out perfectly since it is short enough to be read in a couple of hours. I am glad that I finally decided to spend a little bit of time getting to know Murderbot. Muderbot is a SecUnit that is technically rogue since it decided to hack its own governor module. Obviously, Murderbot isn't letting anyone know that its governor module has been compromised because if the Company knew they would just get things working the way that they want once again. Murderbot has developed a fondness for human media since going rogue and loves to spend long hours viewing downloaded media. The story was pretty exciting with some unexpected surprises along the way and plenty of action. I loved Murderbot's view of the world and the humor woven into the story. This is definitely a novella that science fiction fans will not want to miss.
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