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All Systems Red In a corporate dominated spacefaring future, planetary missions must be approved and supplied by the Company Exploratory teams are accompanied by Company supplied security androids, for their own safetyBut in a society where contracts are awarded to the lowest bidder, safety isn t a primary concernOn a distant planet, a team of scientists are conducting surface tests, shadowed by their Company supplied droid a self aware SecUnit that has hacked its own governor module, and refers to itself though never out loud as Murderbot Scornful of humans, all it really wants is to be left alone long enough to figure out who it isBut when a neighboring mission goes dark, it s up to the scientists and their Murderbot to get to the truth [Reading] ➺ Muerte en Hamburgo (Jan Fabel, By Craig Russell – Kleankitchen.co.uk planetary missions must be approved and supplied by the Company Exploratory teams are accompanied by Company supplied security androids [Read] ➹ Jazz Age Stories ➵ F. Scott Fitzgerald – Kleankitchen.co.uk for their own safetyBut in a society where contracts are awarded to the lowest bidder ❮Ebook❯ ➣ Much Obliged, Jeeves Author P.G. Wodehouse – Kleankitchen.co.uk safety isn t a primary concernOn a distant planet ❮Reading❯ ➺ The Wrong Blood Author Manuel de Lope – Kleankitchen.co.uk a team of scientists are conducting surface tests ➾ [Download] ➻ The Customer-Funded Business By John W. Mullins ➷ – Kleankitchen.co.uk shadowed by their Company supplied droid a self aware SecUnit that has hacked its own governor module [PDF / Epub] ☃ The Affair By Emma Kavanagh – Kleankitchen.co.uk and refers to itself though never out loud as Murderbot Scornful of humans ❮Read❯ ➵ Summer People & The Little House Author Shirley Jackson – Kleankitchen.co.uk all it really wants is to be left alone long enough to figure out who it isBut when a neighboring mission goes dark [PDF] ✅ Beautiful Creatures By Lulu Taylor – Kleankitchen.co.uk it s up to the scientists and their Murderbot to get to the truth


10 thoughts on “All Systems Red

  1. Patrick Patrick says:

    I m painfully aware of the fact that most of my reviews end up being well not reviews Usually what I do on here is tell stories about how I feel about books Or I muse about the nature of storytelling Or I maunder on about some element of the book I read and use it as a stepping off point to discuss characterization, or tension, or something like that So let me do something that I rarely do in these reviews, I m going to make simple declarative statement.This is one of the best stories I m painfully aware of the fact that most of my reviews end up being well not reviews Usually what I do on here is tell stories about how I feel about books Or I muse about the nature of storytelling Or I maunder on about some element of the book I read and use it as a stepping off point to discuss characterization, or tension, or something like that So let me do something that I rarely do in these reviews, I m going to make simple declarative statement.This is one of the best stories I ve read in years.Hmm That feels abrupt Normally I talk in circles around an issue I illustrate my point long before I ever actually state it Sometimes I never come out and actually state it at allLet s try another.I ve never felt an emotional connection to the protagonist of a book like this before I ve never feltof an empathetic connection to a character as strong as this before Ever.Seriously guys I can t recommend this book enough It was fun and funny It made me laugh and it broke my heart It is smart and quick and well written It s unique in its concept and excellent in its execution.Try it Try it Try it.For god s sake, just trust me and try it


  2. carol. carol. says:

    Confession time I don t actually know where we are I hadn t looked at the maps yet and I d barely looked at the survey package In my defense, we d been here twenty two planetary days and I hadn t had to do anything but stand around watching humans make scans or take samples of dirt, rocks, water, and leaves The sense of urgency just wasn t there Also, you may have noticed, I don t care I can relate to Murderbot, the misanthropic construct who is contracted to provide security detail fo Confession time I don t actually know where we are I hadn t looked at the maps yet and I d barely looked at the survey package In my defense, we d been here twenty two planetary days and I hadn t had to do anything but stand around watching humans make scans or take samples of dirt, rocks, water, and leaves The sense of urgency just wasn t there Also, you may have noticed, I don t care I can relate to Murderbot, the misanthropic construct who is contracted to provide security detail for a small expedition to a planet Murderbot, as the A.I calls themselves MB is sexless and has not chosen a pronoun , is plainly uncomfortable with personal attention and has little interest in anything outside entertainment videos and the bare minimum required to do their job I have to confess that sounds like me during most of my adolescent years at every family event, ever, just substitute a book for video.Written as a novella, the plot takes off from page two It isn t long before both Murderbot and the team realize they re facing multiple types of danger Characterization is one of the outstanding parts of the story, with Murderbot s nature getting a lot of subtle build The team never stood out to any great degree, but that s partly because until this expedition, Murderbot has had generally negative experiences with the people they have been contracted to protect and assumed this group would beof the same The leader, Dr Mensah, soon distinguishes herself with crisis management and leadership, It was starting to occur to me that Dr Mensah might actually be an intrepid galactic explorer, even if she didn t look like the ones on the entertainment feed while an augmented human, Gurathin, presents a different kind of challenge.My one hesitation in calling it a five star book is the ending, which felt somewhat awkward and incongruous to the personality of earlier Bot, which displayed little curiosity or independence I read the story twice, the second time doing the math on the length of time Bot has been independent I m guessing around four years, based on its own estimate of 35k hours since it failed to become an uncontrolled killing machine b The resolution felt like a shortcut, and like a logic failure in Bot s circuts But I m open to discussion on it.Final resolution aside, I certainly enjoyed the ride I predict some kind of award nomination next season.A further note from 2020 This is the first novella in a series of four, with a novel after Technically, they all are independent installments, a lot like the serials Bot is so fond of watching However, once I was able to re read them as a group instead of as released I found the overall emotional arc plot extremely satisfying, and probably even better than as installments I thought it was likely that the only supplies we would need was the postmortem kind, but you may have noticed that when I do manage to care, I m a pessimist Me too, Murderbot Me too.Four and a half stars, rounding up because


  3. Emily (Books with Emily Fox) Emily (Books with Emily Fox) says:

    4.25 I related to Murderbot a bit too much Murderbot is a half robot, half human construct who s job is to be a security guard to protect some humans while they do their research on a planet.Thing is, Murderbot doesn t really like humans and would rather watch entertainment videos all day.Fun novella, I just want moooore


  4. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    First time around I was on crack and gave this 4 stars Now it s in it proper place at 5 stars I loved the hell out of it The book was awesome for such a little novella Omg I love MurderBot She s awesome and she s a she to me.


  5. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    Feb 2019 reread, just for fun And to see if my rating would change now that I ve read the full set of MURDERBOT DIARIES novellas spoiler alert it didn t, but I did enjoy this reread a littlethan my initial read All Systems Red won both the Hugo and Nebula awards for best novella, not to mention several other awards There are so far three sequels and I loved them all eventhan this first book, truth be told, though maybe it just took me a while to really warm up to Murder Feb 2019 reread, just for fun And to see if my rating would change now that I ve read the full set of MURDERBOT DIARIES novellas spoiler alert it didn t, but I did enjoy this reread a littlethan my initial read All Systems Red won both the Hugo and Nebula awards for best novella, not to mention several other awards There are so far three sequels and I loved them all eventhan this first book, truth be told, though maybe it just took me a while to really warm up to Murderbot It s definitely a series that s worth reading, and this first book is just 3.99 for the Kindle version.Review posted on Fantasy Literature The narrator of All Systems Red is a once nameless cyborg security unit or SecUnit that has given itself the name Murderbot for reasons disclosed midway through the story Using its own unprecedented and highly unauthorized initiative, Murderbot has hacked the governor module software that controls its actions and obligates it to be obedient But instead of going on a killing spree, as one might expect given the name it adopted, Murderbot elects to spend its spare hours watching countless hours of video entertainment and trying not to interactthan is necessary with the group of eight humans that it s responsible for protecting, a survey group of eight scientists called PreservationAux that is exploring the natural resources on an uninhabited planet.Murderbot s self isolation and studied lack of caring starts to break down, however, when potentially deadly accidents start to occur with suspicious regularity Dr Bharadwaj is almost killed by an alien creature that explodes out of the bottom of one of the many craters along the coast, and the group finds that data has been deleted from the warnings and fauna sections of their planetary survey package The autopilot of their hopper aircraft cuts out without warning, which could have led to a fatal crash And then there are the automated data updates that Murderbot is supposed to be uploading and would have, if it hadn t disabled its governor module.Matters only get worse when the group decides to visit the only other survey group on the planet Murderbot is painfully shy and vastly reluctant to get too close to the humans, and even , to share their secrets But it becomes clear that the group won t survive without Murderbot s help and active involvement All Systems Red is a breezy, fast paced science fiction adventure wrapped in a light mystery There s not nearly as much murder and mayhem as the title and Murderbot s name might lead one to believe Instead, All Systems Red has something serious to say about the ideas of free will and autonomy, and about the difficulties faced by introverts in day to day life Murderbot tells itself that it just doesn t care about the humans, but its excruciating shyness soon becomes clear to the other characters and to the reader Murderbot hides its human face behind helmet with an opaque faceplate, and awkwardly withdraws from conversations that become too personal, choosing to stand facing the wall instead.Murderbot comments that it has no gender or sex related parts claiming that only sexbots in brothels have those Understandably, it has an asexual personality, another unique aspect to this main character Murderbot fast forwards through all of the sex scenes in the serials it watches, finding them boring I think that even if I did have sex related parts I would find them boring Murderbot also narrates this novella with a large dose of snark They had talked it over and all agreed not to push me any further than I wanted to go and they were all so nice and it was just excruciating I was never taking off the helmet again I can t do even the half assed version of this stupid job if I have to talk to humans At least Mensah and Arada had overruled the ones who wanted to talk to me about it Yes, talk to Murderbot about its feelings The idea was so painful that I dropped to 97% efficiency.Murderbot is a unique, well developed character but, other than the leader of the survey group, Dr Mensah, and one other person who is somewhat antagonistic to Murderbot, the members of PreservationAux aren t particularly distinguishable personalities We learn that Overse and Arada are in a lesbian relationship and that Volescu is in a four way marriage back on their home planet, but Wells never really attempts to make them or any of the others fully fleshed out characters It s possible that that is a deliberate approach, a feature rather than a flaw, meant to evidence Murderbot s unwillingness to engage with members of the group on a personal level All Systems Red is an enjoyable, quick read, and a good introduction to the new MURDERBOT DIARIES series It s a credit to Wells that the last chapter is such a solid conclusion to the story I appreciated how Murderbot s increased confidence is reflected in its ability to show its human face in public It s strong enough that it could have been a stand alone novella, even though the ending leaves the door wide open for Murderbot s further adventures The following three novellas are really great, and I strongly recommend not stopping with this one Content note violence and a couple of F bombs


  6. Bradley Bradley says:

    When I heard the premise I expected a light robot killer story from the PoV from the robot Probably a PI mystery kind of thing because that seems to be pretty hot right now I can rattle off a handful of titles like this right now.So What did I get A fun and light robot murderer who hacks herself to have free will and she stops murdering to watch SF sitcoms instead Honestly, that s pretty cool Yeah, her official bruiser job is still there but her mechanical heart isn t really into it Who When I heard the premise I expected a light robot killer story from the PoV from the robot Probably a PI mystery kind of thing because that seems to be pretty hot right now I can rattle off a handful of titles like this right now.So What did I get A fun and light robot murderer who hacks herself to have free will and she stops murdering to watch SF sitcoms instead Honestly, that s pretty cool Yeah, her official bruiser job is still there but her mechanical heart isn t really into it Who can blame her It s pretty boring until she finds that she really wants to protect people after all.The plot s fairly simple, the prose is light, and the premise rolls right along It s mystery fluff with a hard SF chassis Just what the engineer ordered


  7. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    I could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It had been well over 35,000 hours or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,00 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failureThese novellas are a story of what it means to be hI could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It had been well over 35,000 hours or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,00 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failureThese novellas are a story of what it means to be human, and a story of the human tendency to create a group that is less than human Featuring a sarcastic and antisocial protagonist, an intriguing world, and all the morality issues I needed This review will function as a full review for the series This novella seriess dabbles really explicitly with the idea of being human and trying not to be human Murderbot lives in a world where it cannot be considered fully human, and as a result, it shuts itself off from other humans and tries to avoid group dynamics altogether And as a result, I love the character of Murderbot so much and I m going to rant about this Something I like about this series is that Murderbot is written as a powerful killing machine and actually is Murderbot is really competent at what they do, but not in an unrealistic way I feel like a lot of lies I read in fiction are so obviously lies that anyone could guess it, but Murderbot just genuinely is talented at making lies sound real and knowing when to drop info and when to stay quiet I love realistic badassery But Murderbot also has this compulsory need to be above human attachment and act as if it does not have feeings It totally does.The worldbuilding of this series is really fantastic especially as the series goes on I talked about thisin my review for book two But this series does definitely have very interesting worldbuilding, with a wide scope and heavy lens of environmentalism.Blog Goodreads Twitter Youtube


  8. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    I could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It was well over 35,000 hour or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,000 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failure He is an android SecUnit assigned to a group of scientists who a I could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It was well over 35,000 hour or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,000 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failure He is an android SecUnit assigned to a group of scientists who are taking surface samples on some far flung planet Everything is going fine He is binge watching his way through a space opera called Sanctuary Moon, which is about the only thing that is keeping him sane The humans he is assigned to keep alive are better than the average group, but really he just wants to be left alone so he can figure out exactly who he is now that he can choose what commands he obeys It is a secret that must remain hush hush, or he will be stripped down to factory settings and wake up with a functioning governor module Fortunately, he doesn t have to be Daniel Day Lewis a version of Arnold Schwarzenegger will work just fine And then some creature tries to eat one of his humans SecUnits are designed to throw themselves at something 90% of their bodies can be regrown or replaced in a cubicle that is designed to power them back up quickly In the battle he is in with the creature, he manages to win, but by the time he gets back to the habitat, he is operating at about 58% Not good You would think a hostile creature attack would be enough to have on his plate, but the habitat of the other group of scientists can not be reached He soon realizes that there is a grand conspiracy from some unknown entity of corporate origin who wants to wipe the whole team out This situation is so far beyond his designed capabilities that he is having a very human reaction I was depressed this morning I d tried watching some new serials last night and even they couldn t distract me reality was too intrusive It was hard not to think about how everything was going to go wrong and they were all going to die and I was going to get blasted to pieces or get another governor module stuck in me The other baffling problem is the humans in his care are starting to like him and treat him like a real person An interesting development, but he is feelingannoyed by the change in their behavior than he is feeling vindicated by the elevation in status Not to mention, can he really trust the humans not to reveal his true nature to the kind of people who would cut him up for parts rather than try to understand the new complexities of his emerging personality It is better to stay paranoid.He can t escape his caged past, nor the name he has given himself that can only be thought in the confines of his own matrix Murderbot.I always love stories about androids becomingsentient and, in many cases, becoming better humans than humans Unfortunately, the bar is pretty low The struggle that Murderbot has with ungoverned feelings and the accompanying illogic that comes from being, dare I say, affectionate are just beginning I m sure this will be explored further in the three books that are already scheduled to be published He is a loveable, murderous character, who is navigating those turbulent, emotional waters that take normal humans decades to start to figure out Martha Wells has infused the story with the right mix of angst and humor that make the story fun and thrilling to read I m certainly on board forIf you wish to seeof my most recent book and movie reviews, visit also have a Facebook blogger page at


  9. Petrik Petrik says:

    A super short and quite fun read.This will be a short review All Systems Red is the first book in The Murderbot Diaries quartet by Martha Wells I ve heard tons of praises about this novella and series All Systems Red in particular received plenty of awards and because of that I was super excited to start this The first 30% was honestly fun to read, I laughed and smiled a few times and I loved just how much of a spirit animal Murderbot is And then I realized that the only thing from the book A super short and quite fun read.This will be a short review All Systems Red is the first book in The Murderbot Diaries quartet by Martha Wells I ve heard tons of praises about this novella and series All Systems Red in particular received plenty of awards and because of that I was super excited to start this The first 30% was honestly fun to read, I laughed and smiled a few times and I loved just how much of a spirit animal Murderbot is And then I realized that the only thing from the book that I loved has to do with the opening linesI could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It had been well over 35,000 hours or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,000 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failureThat s it I love Murderbot awkward interaction with humans and how much it wants to only binge watch TV series However, the rest of the book plot, characters, world building really didn t catch my interest I thought the novella to be quite overrated Overall though, if you re looking for a short read I finished the book in less than 1 hour 30 minutes and something light hearted, I think you ll like Murderbots.You can order the book HERE


  10. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    All Systems Red is funny and sarcastic and it really will resonate with a lot of readers and introverts This quote says it all for me, and it s one of the best openers I ve read in a long timeI could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It was well over 35,000 hour or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little u All Systems Red is funny and sarcastic and it really will resonate with a lot of readers and introverts This quote says it all for me, and it s one of the best openers I ve read in a long timeI could have become a mass murderer after I hacked my governor module, but then I realized I could access the combined feed of entertainment channels carried on the company satellites It was well over 35,000 hour or so since then, with still not much murdering, but probably, I don t know, a little under 35,000 hours of movies, serials, books, plays, and music consumed As a heartless killing machine, I was a terrible failure Murderbot doesn t like people He wants to be left alone so he can watch television all day He doesn t like reality he wants to immerse himself in the make believe And that says a lot about his personality He is an extremely capable individual, though he feels so different to people that he wants nothing to do with them It s not really surprising considering he is a synthetic being specialising in death with absolutely no social skills So as a character he made the book quite compelling His interactions with the world are awkward and weirdly accurate for many teens and those with social disorders Have you ever been in a room full of people and felt so far removed from everyone in it Muderbot goes his own way he doesn t care what humans think about him or how isolated he is he is simply happy to pursue his own passions Fuck everyone else, that s his attitude And I loved it Martha Wells really understood her audience when she wrote this like Neil Gaiman did when he wrote The Ocean at the End of the Lane. It s a book that s really meant for dreamers and readers, for those that would rather pursuit art and the make believe than reality The plot revolves around other bots that have started killing the crews they have been assigned to protect This goes against Murderbot s sense of morality yes he does have one, as strange as it is It becomes his mission to end the rogue robots whilst protecting his own crew from their deadly arsenals He is even willing to end himself if his programming becomes hacked and he, too, becomes a threat to human life This is a good bit of fun, and it s short too I read it in less than two hours It s worth checking out FBR Twitter Facebook Insta Academia


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