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4.6 out of 5
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    Great story... To pricey

    The story behind Murderbot series is novel and very solid. If I wanted to judge content, I'd give it 5 stars. Problem is that at 125 pages I get 2 hours of reading for a not insignificant amount of 12 dollars. That's equivalent to going to the movies, paying full ticket price and then getting a movie of 40 minutes. Ultimately I bought all the 4 books of the series. 1st one because I didn't know it was so short, next ones because they were so good. I will NOT buy any other books of Martha Wells, because I don't like the feeling of being ripped off.
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    Well written, but short and no stand alone story

    Well written. However, it doesn't stand on its own. Like many authors this seems to be an exit strategy focus on $ instead of writing a story that is worth the money.
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    Snarky Sci-fi

    “I’m your Mother’s pet security consultant” Life is not a dramatic serial entertainment, but you can learn a lot about emotions from them. Being human means making choices that might kill you. Being more human means ethics plays a part in things; that there are more than just two choices. And, being human means caring for and about people, even if it might kill you in doing so. These short books about the evolution of Murderbot are chapters in the life of an augmented Pinocchio type who is halfway there from robot to human. This is the last of the series so far, and even though I’m reading them out of order I get it, and am enjoying Martha Wells’ snarky prose. Highly Recommended 5/5 [disclaimer: I received this book from the library system and chose to read and review it]
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    Wish there was more

    Can't get enough of Murderbot. Wish these books were made into a mini series.
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    Murderbot, the hero we need

    Another page turner starring Murderbot. I love this series. This story closes one circle and opens the door for another. I’ve pre-ordered the 5th book in the series and am looking forward to its release. Will Murderbot be re-united with ART? What’s next in it’s growing humanity?
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