I can’t help but drop everything to listen to Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries series. The seventh audiobook, System Collapse, was brilliant as ART’s crew, Murderbot and the humans from Preservation seek to protect the colonists from Barish-Estranza’s SecUnit-heavy persuasion teams. A thrilling follow up to Network Effect, this one is not to be missed.
The Murderbot Diaries
It’s no secret that I love Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries narrated by Kevin R. Free. The stories are a delight to listen to from the mysteries, to Murderbot’s interpretation and interactions with humans and other artificial intelligence. While Fugitive Telemetry takes us back through the timeline, it offered a murder-mystery that kept me guessing.
June is Audiobook Month, and Network Effect is the perfect audiobook to kick off the celebration. It’s the first full-length audio in the award-winning Murderbot series and one of my most anticipated audiobook for 2020. Gear up because Wells delivered a complex, fascinating and brilliant story that made me laugh even as it kept me on edge.
Exit Strategy is the fourth novella in the Murderbot Diaries and once again I chose to listen to the narrations of Kevin R. Free. Who says the truth isn’t funny?
The Murderbot Diaries written by Martha Wells and narrated by Kevin R. Free are addictive science-fiction novels with humor and suspense that offer the reader a plethora of questions to ponder about AI Intelligence. Rogue Protocol is the third novel and has our SecUnit struggling with performing his own mission and protecting humans who find themselves in danger.
Narrated by Kevin R. Free, Artificial Condition by Martha Wells is the second novella in the Murderbot Diaries an off-planet science fiction that is wildly addictive. The audio is just the right length to devour on a road trip or as I did while doing mundane Saturday chores which suddenly became exciting.