Another quick read in which we learn about Murderbot's backstory, get to see it defend new friends (and also call them idiots), and just be a general badass. ART is also lovely, it's quippy dialogue and reaction to Murderbot's downloaded media really solidified how much I like the character.
The plot in this book was a bit less strong than the last one, there's more talking and the action is towards the end. However, with the introduction of such interesting new characters and the evolution of the mystery of Ganaka Pit it's definitely worth the read.
3/5, I suggest this for readers who enjoy casual lgbtq rep, lots of sarcasm, and another book in what has quickly become my bite-size guilty pleasure sci-fi series.