Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells

Summary:  This is another novella in the Murderbot Diaries series that has become so popular (for good reason).  If you are unaware of this series, Murderbot is the name that a Sec-Unit has given himself as he has had to kill quite a few humans in his job being a security bot.  To sum him up in human qualities, he is an introvert whose favorite activity is to stream media feed and binge watch a soap opera called Sanctuary Moon.  He hates having to talk to humans, finds humans’ emotions to be “squishy” and just would rather not interact with humans.

In this newest novella, a murder victim is found on Preservation Station and Murderbot assists station security to find the murderer and determine whether his client is in any danger. 

My thoughts:  I loved it!  Having said that, let me just say that I am not a big science fiction reader and and I find that I have to read sci-fi books slower and re-read certain sections in order to be able to visualize a spaceship scene and comprehend what is happening (no, I have never watched Star Trek or Star Wars).  I do love this series and get such a kick out of the Murderbot character.  Highly recommend this series.

Thank you to Netgalley and Tor publishers for an advanced reader’s copy in exchange for an honest review of this book.

#netgalley #bookreview #Tor #murderbot #reading

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