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Y head and that’s where plus percent of my problems areWhen Murderbot's human associates not friends never friends are captured and another not friend from its past reuires urgent assistance Murderbot must choose between inertia and drastic actionDrastic action it is th. 475 “I was having an emotion and I hate that”― Martha Wells Exit Strategy It is obvious I love this series I engulfed the whole thing in two days What I would like people to know about the Murderbot Diaries is that yes it is a Sci fi series with a cyborg for the main character but it should not be read by Science Fiction fans only If you are at all interested in the way humans relate to each other and how those with either body dysmorphia or Asperger's aspects might view their role in human society this is the series for you It is about friendship even when those we love might not understand what friendship is Families like mine who have someone dealing with certain spectrum of autism in members of our family or social circles would gain a lot of perspective as well as recognize a lot of the behaviors in Murderbot and some of his friends ““I don’t want to be human” Dr Mensah said “That’s not an attitude a lot of humans are going to understand We tend to think that because a bot or a construct looks human its ultimate goal would be to become human” “That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard””― Martha Wells Exit Strategy I have no words to express how much joy this book brought me and I would really like to share it with as many people as I could possibly reach The writing is simple but very appropriate for the subject and the plot in the first four novellas as well as in this fifth volume but first full size novel is meticulous and deliberate but the interpersonal relationships between the characters is what makes this story shine The constant running internal monologue Murderbot shares with the reader is awkward uncertain insecure and so very human that I laughed and cried in eual measures And even though he is one of the grumpiest easily annoyed and impossibly stubborn creatures you could meet he will steal your heart and bring optimism and light to your soul “Possibly I was overthinking this I do that; it’s the anxiety that comes with being a part organic murderbot The upside was paranoid attention to detail The downside was also paranoid attention to detail”― Martha Wells Exit Strategy Highly recommend this series for everyone and you should definitely read the series in order not good for a stand alone “It was very dramatic like something out of a historical adventure serial Also correct in every aspect except for all the facts like something out of a historical adventure serial”― Martha Wells Exit Strategy Now I wish you all happy reading and may you always find what you need in the pages of a good Book 😉💜👍

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Network EffectMurderbot returns in its highly anticipated first full length standalone novelYou know that feeling when you’re at work and you’ve had enough of people and then the boss walks in with yet another job that needs to be done right this second or the world will end but al. 45 stars Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Martha Wells’ Murderbot has been gathering enthusiastic fans which would be certain to have Murderbot hiding behind its opaue ard faceplate along with multiple Nebula Hugo and other awards and nominations as each of the first four novellas in the MURDERBOT DIARIES series has been published over the last three years In Network Effect the first full length novel in this series Wells is able to explore a complex plot and to fully develop Murderbot’s character and its relationships with othersMurderbot is now with Dr Mensah and the other Preservation Station characters who Murderbot was protecting in the first book All Systems Red and the fourth Exit Strategy Preservation is an unusually liberal society in this universe where single minded coldhearted corporate profit making is the norm and Mensah and her family and friends treat Murderbot who they call “SecUnit”as a person rather than as a possession Mensah’s brother in law Thiago however is suspicious of Murderbot’s influence over Mensah and Mensah’s adolescent daughter Amana considers Murderbot an annoyance especially after it scared off someone she thought was a romantic interest “Yes it was hilarious”As Network Effect begins Murderbot is accompanying Thiago Amana and several others on a survey expedition of another planet After surviving an encounter with pirates — where Murderbot gets a chance to flex its muscles and show its expertise as a security consultant — the group lifts off the planet to rejoin their base ship in space Just after the base ship exits a wormhole on its return to Preservation Station there’s another attack on their group This one succeeds in capturing Murderbot and Amena in their spacesuits and pulling them onboard the raider ship Murderbot is completely bewildered to discover that the ship that attacked them is its old friend ART an acronym for “Asshole Research Transport” from Artificial Condition But ART the powerful artificial intelligence that controls the ship Perihelion is nowhere to be found once they’re onboard the ship Instead there are gray skinned hostile humans that immediately try to kill Murderbot Now it’s onThe bot and AI characters — Murderbot ART and a couple of new ones — are absolutely fantastic Murderbot’s and ART’s friendship though Murderbot would be really reluctant to call it a friendship gets a lot complicated and real especially after Murderbot thinks ART has betrayed it One of the subplots features sentient killware a lethal kind of spywaremalware which was one of the best parts of this book fascinating and unexpectedly poignant Murderbot takes some substantial steps forward in its self understanding and in deciding what it wants to do with its life The right of self determination for all sentient intelligences is an ongoing theme in Network EffectIn addition to Murderbot’s favorite human Dr Mensah a couple of other human characters start to stand out including Mensah’s daughter Amena who has a way of cutting through Murderbot’s protective shell Wells has a degree in anthropology which explains a lot about how well she writes the relationships and interactions between people and bots in this series The title “Network Effect” has at least two different meanings it’s a key aspect of the enemy Murderbot and its friends and allies face in this novel but it also references the growing and changing ties between Murderbot and its human and non human friends Murderbot still hates the F word — that would be “feelings” — and it likes to snark about humans’ stupid decisions but it’s now willing to admit that it cares about people and actually enjoys helping and protecting themA little of the tension went out of her body “Thank you” Her face looked younger She looked like she had been pretending to have hope and now she didn’t have to pretend anyConfession time that moment when the humans or augmented humans realize you’re really here to help them I don’t hate that moment Network Effect isn’t perfect the pace lags in parts and the plot gets overly convoluted and confusing in the second half One significant aspect of the key danger that the characters face doesn’t make sense to me logically view spoilerIt’s an alien malicious code that needs to be passed from machine to humans to machines as it infects and takes over and controls you No good reason is given for this odd uirk hide spoiler

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READ & DOWNLOAD Æ Network Effect Ñ ❰Reading❯ ➷ Network Effect Author Martha Wells – Insolpro.co.uk Murderbot returns in its highly anticipated first full length standalone novelYou know that feeling when you’re at work and you’ve had enough of people and then the boss walks in with yet another Murderbot returns in iL you want to do is go home and binge your favorite shows And you're a sentient murder machine programmed for destruction Congratulations you're MurderbotCome for the pew pew space battles stay for the most relatable AI you’ll read this century I’m usually alone in m. 45 stars I love Murderbot I was stoked when there was going to be a full length novel of our favorite MB I’m hoping there are many books to come There are of the characters we love in the book as well and the usual mess that ensues I’m going to leave it with a few lines from the book Humans have a bad tendency to use weapons unnecessarily and indiscriminately Of the many times I had been shot a depressingly large percentage of hits had come from clients who were trying to help meAnother significant percentage came from clients who had just wanted to shoot something when I happened to be standing thereWe made it outside to the pedestrian plaza and I asked her Do you need a medic I thought she might be sick If I was human and I’d had to be in a pavilion with all those other humans for the past two hours I’d be sick I said If I thought he was going to hurt you I’d be disposing if his body I don’t fuck around eitherHey is that you It was loud right in my ear and I almost screamed It was a feed contact but so close it was like it was already inside my head Who are you It said I’m Murderbot 20 If this is going to be like one of those shows with the character trapped in a strange place and then ghosts and aliens come and mess with their mind I just can’t do that right now But I couldn’t ignore it I mean I guess I couldn’t Ignoring stuff is always an option up until it kills you Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾