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Fugitive Telemetry

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Fugitive Telemetry (2021) Martha Wells (The Murderbot Diaries)

Fugitive TelemetryThe Preservation Alliance is a peaceful planetary area–which is why most people don’t know what to make of Murderbot.

(T)he humans on the Station wouldn’t have to think about what I was, a construct made of cloned human tissue, augments, anxiety, depression, and unfocused rage, a killing machine for whichever humans rented me.

All Murderbot wants to do is keep Dr Mensahsafe. But it’s not easy.

(Station Security was used to getting messages from me about their completely inadequate arrangements for Mensah’s security.)

When a dead body is found, everyone immediately thinks it is GrayCris making a move on Dr Mensah, which means Murderbot needs to work with Station Security and Port Authority to find out what is happening.

Yes, this is a Murderbot murder mystery.

A Murderbot Mystery. With Murder.

It’s delightful.

Senior Indah stopped looking at me to glare at Pin-Lee. “All we’re asking for is a name.”

I have a name, but it’s private.

On their secure feed connection, Pin-Lee sent to Mensah, Oh, that’s going to go over well. When station residents are running into “Murderbot”

That’s one of the reasons why it’s private.

I love Murderbot.

Publisher: Tordotcom
Rating: 9/10

Categories: 9/10, eBook, Good Cover, Mystery, Novella, Science Fiction
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