[Reading] ➶ Network Effect ➬ Martha Wells – Yidianban.info

Network Effect 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 Job That Needs To Be Done Right This Second Or The World Will End, But All 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 My 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 Requires Urgent Assistance, Murderbot Must Choose Between Inertia And Drastic ActionDrastic Action It Is, Then


About the Author: Martha Wells

Martha Wells has written many fantasy novels, including The Books of the Raksura series beginning with The Cloud Roads , the Ile Rien series including The Death of the Necromancer as well as YA fantasy novels, short stories, media tie ins for Star Wars and Stargate Atlantis , and non fiction Her most recent fantasy novel is The Harbors of the Sun in 2017, the final novel in The Books of the Raksura series She has a new series of SF novellas, The Murderbot Diaries, published by Tor.com in 2017 and 2018 She was also the lead writer for the story team of Magic the Gathering s Dominaria expansion in 2018 She has won a Nebula Award, two Hugo Awards, an ALA YALSA Alex Award, a Locus Award, and her work has appeared on the Philip K Dick Award ballot, the USA Today Bestseller List, and the New York Times Bestseller List Her books have been published in eleven languages She has had short stories in the magazines Black Gate, Realms of Fantasy, Lone Star Stories, Lightspeed Magazine, and Stargate Magazine, and in the Tsunami Relief anthology Elemental, The Other Half of the Sky, Tales of the Emerald Serpent, Mech Age of Steel, and The Gods of Lovecraft She has essays in the nonfiction anthologies Farscape Forever, Mapping the World of Harry Potter, Chicks Unravel Time, and The Kobold Guide to Magic.



10 thoughts on “Network Effect

  1. says:

    Update 5 4 20 My full review, finally This book will be published tomorrow, May 5 Review first posted on Fantasy Literature 4.5 starsMartha Wells Murderbot has been gathering enthusiastic fans which would be certain to have Murderbot hiding behind its opaque 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 l


  2. says:

    4.5 5 stars There are few things in life that make me happier than spending time with Murderbot which is ironic, considering it would rather do literally anything than be social The Novellas alone were enough to solidify the series as an all time favorite, so discovering this full length novel was in the works immediate jumped it to the top of my priority list for 2020 Network Effect was every bit as sardonic, action packed, and endeari


  3. says:

    You know, if you don t want to be manually eviscerated with your own energy weapon then maybe you shouldn t go around killing research transports and antagonizing rogue SecUnitsI finally figured out that one of the reasons I love Murderbot so much is that it s my soul sibling MB s preemptive pessimism and expectation of the worst case scenario every time it is faced with a new problem is exactly my modus operandi, although I m rather good


  4. says:

    4.5 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 manybooks to come There areof 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


  5. says:

    Post release thoughts aka Review Worth it Working on full review now.Pre release thoughts MURDERBOT NOVEL THIS IS NOT A DRILL.


  6. says:

    Everything I was hoping for To be honest this full length book was no different from the previous novellas except in its number of pages Murderbot was still its cranky, sarcastic, amazing self The story went from one action sequence to the next And that special little bit of magic that Wells weaves into her writing to keep the reader captivated was still there.Loved the return of ART who is cranky, sarcastic and amazing, just like Murderbot I e


  7. says:

    4.75I 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 Asp


  8. says:

    Marvellous Incredibly readable and deeply humane depiction of a friendship, which is funny because the protagonists are a misanthropic and deeply traumatised killer cyborg that just wants to watch soap operas, and the utterly amoral AI of a large spaceship Murderbot is a fantastic creation, and the emotional arc is deeply engaging as it reluctantly develops feelings, and friendships, and responsibilities The external plot is a bit out of focus at p


  9. says:

    So many feelings Oops, I said the f word Murderbot is going to be cross with me But I can t help myself Since my loss, the release of this book is the only thing I ve been looking forward to this year and it didn t disappoint Things I loved ART is back I feel that I can write reams on this alone but I ll have to wait until my second or third re read I loved the way Ms Wells how the Preservation folks and ART came together even if Murderbot didn t Of


  10. says:

    Surely they won t suspect anything, Ratthi was saying to the others at the bulk dock Who runs around with a friendly rogue SecUnit Besides us, I meanI DO, I DO, I DOmy risk assessment module thought everything was great I know, it worries me when I say that, too Performance reliability 200% Murderbot is back and gets emotionally compromised view spoiler ..was glad I could pretend to be too overwhelmed by being reassembled to respond, because I kind of


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