A review by tikimoof
Artificial Condition, by Martha Wells


Or, Murderbot is forced to make a friend. Poor Murderbot!

I guess it's interesting that they've made a society so reliant on technology that the only functional difference between a human and a robot is whether or not they have a governor module. And if the governor module can be independently overridden, then there's really not a difference.

I also couldn't understand the humans' motivations for keeping the meeting with Tlacey. Like, credible death threats should outweigh the loss of some work.

4.5-ish, debating 5. Price and some of the lingering questions about the universe are holding me back.