2 edition of Artificial condition found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||The murderbot diaries|
It has a dark past - one in which a number of humans were killed. A past that caused it to christen itself Murderbot. But it has only vague memories of the massacre that spawned that title, and it wants to know more. Teaming up with a research transport vessal named ART (you dont want to know what the A stands for), Murderbot heads to the mining facility where it went rogue. What it discovers will forever change the way it thinks... File Size: 2MB.
Apart from the previously mentioned length of the stories, the plots really don't carry much of a sense of struggle. a bunch of humans who without him are destined to be worm food. FYI, that is not a good category to be in. I'd had to leave my armor behind in the deployment center on Station, but in the crowd Artificial condition was almost as anonymous as if I was still wearing it.
It has a dark past — one in which a number of humans were killed. If you wish to see more of my most recent book and movie reviews, visit I also have a Facebook blogger page at: This is novella two in the Muderbot Diaries. I liked that the extra mystery plot is wound around the original discovery thread; Murderbot does want to find out about its past, but also gets involved in other things — and meets more people. Four and half stars for book two of the Artificial condition Diaries.
I had to be careful going anywhere I might be scanned for weapons, which was all the facilities for purchasing transport, including the little trams that circled the ring. However, in order to gain access to the surface, Murderbot signs on with a group that has their own challenges and conflict. Also, Artificial condition it points out in this one, humans control all the charging stations. After its thrilling adventures on its last expedition as a SecUnit, I was curious to see what 'Bot would do with freedom.
Yet again, it struggles with, dare I say, emotions where its human charges are concerned.
They use images and strings of data to alert you to problems, but they're not designed for conversation.
Contrary to what I wrote in the first review, I did actually did buy all volumes in hardcover.