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  • The bet scifi novella series

    A very relatable murderbot. I love Murderbot! I can only hope our AI is equally as ethical and dwn to earth as it is.

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  • Murderbot the best the best

    There are so many passages in this that I want to quote tweet, saying, "Yes, see, this, it's like this." I was seriously stressed at multiple points during this book, which I think was on purpose but still. Stressful. The economy of Wells's writing is beautiful and simple.

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    7 person found this review helpful

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  • Wonderful final book to close the se

    Murderbot develops into a hugely complex character who discovers more about who it is and becomes while protecting and caring for a few “stupid humans” who insist on inserting themselves into dangerous situations without plans or adequate defense. Great corporate villainy and evil-doers. Lots of action with moments of some of the most banal boredom in 30 second to 2 minute blasts between events, much like humans do watching TV, and playing a video game while texting friends simultaneously. Well played

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  • Everyone's favorite SecUnit!

    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 previous adventures quite often. This story was everything that I had hoped it would be. Everything comes full circle in the series with Murderbot working to help Dr. Mensah who we met in the first installment. As soon as the SecUnit finds out that Dr. Mensah is in trouble, immediate plans are made to get close and offer assistance. Things are pretty tense at times and there is a whole lot of excitement that had me at the edge of my seat. I loved seeing how much Murderbot has grown over the course of the series. There are feelings in this book. Real feelings. Everyone's favorite SecUnit seems to be having a whole lot of feelings for an anti-social cyborg. There is a lot more interaction with others that is done quite willingly and there are times with the SecUnit is willing to self-sacrifice if necessary. I love Murderbot's internal dialogue and really appreciated its sense of humor. I would recommend this series to others. I think that this book had a great blend of excitement and action. I am so glad that I have had the chance to go along with Murderbot as it tries to find its place in the world. I will definitely be reading any future books in the series. I borrowed a copy of this book from my local library.

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  • well written page turner, with fewer twists

    Douglas Adams referenced his 5th book, Mostly Harmless, in the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy series as "The fifth book in the increasingly inaccurately named Hitchhikers Trilogy", the reality of having created a really good thing is that there is more to write... as I see there is now a book five, that this book is labled the "last" in the series, and is written as such.... and isn't... well actually makes me sort of happy as these are really fun reads... that I have given the first 3 books 5 stars and this only 4 is that simply there didn't seem to be as many twists or turns in this final wrap-up as in the past books... still well written.. our murderbot now seems the master of its domain and there just wasn't a cliff hanger feeling to it moving forward to inevitably save the day... a pager turner none the less and absolutely recommended, I look forward to reading book five.

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