Published Date: August 7, 2018
Publishing Co.: Tor.com
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
I’m just zipping through this little robot space opera, and I am doing so happily.
Another planet, more dumb humans almost getting themselves killed and a robot still questing for answers.
Murderbot is onto its next clue in bringing down GrayCris. The organization that tried to kill their first group of humans in order to hide their illegal activity, harvesting ancient alien remains. Murderbot wants to find as much evidence as possible to send back to the first human that recognized and respected their free will (I don’t remember their name) so that they can win their legal case and be safe from a dangerous organization.
It’s never as easy as Murderbot hopes.
6 thoughts on “Rogue Protocol (Murderbot Diaries #3) – Book Review”
Time for that robot to wake up and smell the oil. Life is tough, life is hard. Then you die 😉
Glad you’re still having a great time with these…
Thanks! I had hoped to push through one more before my Kindle Unlimited was up, but it didn’t happen. In this case, you’re decommissioned and sold for parts!
Does the writing maintain high quality, or does it decrease over time?
Thus far it has maintained its quality.
lol I’ve heard about this series before somewhere and thought it sounded fun. Glad you’re enjoying it! Also, got a kick out of the last sentence of your review: “It’s never as easy as Murderbot hopes.” 😛
Lol thanks. It’s a pretty good series, at least the first 3 anyway.