Fugitive Telemetry, by Martha Wells

A dead body shows up in the middle of a public area on Preservation Station. These sorts of things just don’t happen here, so no one knows how to handle it – except Murderbot. The human security team doesn’t trust the rogue SecUnit, but given they all have to work with each other to make sure there’s no ongoing threat, there’s a lot of dubious extra care going on. And Murderbot is annoyed. This means a lot of extra time dealing with stuff it doesn’t want to deal with.

I really don’t have more to say about this series. Each book is delightful and I’m happy to see there are several more in the works. If you haven’t decided to try these out from my earlier reviews, this review won’t change your mind. Which is kinda too bad, though, because you’re missing out! Heh.

About Amanda

Agender empty-nester filling my time with cats, books, fitness, and photography. She/they.
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2 Responses to Fugitive Telemetry, by Martha Wells

  1. Ha ha, I agree, if you haven’t discovered Murderbot yet, your life has a big snarky hole in it!

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