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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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    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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    Fantastic read.

    This is fantastic. Murderbot is a clone/cyborg serving as security for scientific missions. Because they're bored, they've jailbroken their own opsys to allow them to download dramas to watch. This (illegal) jailbreaking is all that stops attempted sabotage, making Murderbot into a weapon to kill their entire crew. Now they have to work out who did it, and why, while keeping a crew of scientists who appear to lack all common sense and are far too curious about Murderbot, while keeping their jailbroken status away from the crew.
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    Good characters, fast read

    I really liked the snarky, conflicted narrator, who calls itself "murderbot," but is really a security cyborg rented out to a new planet survey team. It has certain basic programming related to its job, but all it really wants to do is download and watch popular media shows. There's sabotage and something fishy happen on the planet to move the plot along, but the main focus is its relationship with the humans who own its contract.
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