Computer savvy sorcerer Ravirn learns that not every world is user friendly in this WebMage novel from Kelly McCullough. In the 21st century, magic has. MythOS (WebMage, book 4) by Kelly McCullough – book cover, description, publication history. Read “MythOS” by Kelly McCullough with Rakuten Kobo. Computer savvy sorcerer Ravirn learns that not every world is user friendly in this.

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May 26, Imprint: If you thought the Greek pantheon was messed up, wait until you get a load of Odin, Mccuullough and the rest. Day rated it really liked it Shelves: Between magical soul-signatures and encryption, a goblin-to-goblin link is basically impossible to spoof. But that’ In the twenty-first century, magic has gone digital.

The deep pocket beneath held a sub-notebook. As mccullouggh lifted toward the ceiling, the nearest abacus started clicking slowly, first one bead, then another and another, all moving from left to right. All in all a good read.

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kell It winds up the major problems while leaving a big opening for the sequel, “Spellcrash” which I believe is the last book in the series. I really missed some of the characters from the Greek multiverse, especially Cerberus and Eris, though Ravirn was accompanied by Melchior, as always, and his sometime girlfriend, the fury Tisiphone.

But warning it leaves you hanging and wanting more at the end. Jun 11, Kat Mandu rated it really liked it. From the Keelly parthenon to the Norse. I turned my head and found that he looked just as frozen as Shara.


An engaging book in a very fun series, from a truly inventive writer.

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See all books by Kelly McCullough. Her voice had reverted to the one I heard in our private moments. Melting smoothly from shape to shape was a whole lot mythoz comfortable. The nearest stood ten feet tall, with hundreds of thick bronze wires in two horizontal bands.

My comments say a lot: I didn’t find it unusually abrupt for a series. Newest Book For Younger Readers.

Now I watched Tisiphone and waited to see if that bad habit had finally gotten me killed. Ravirn — umpteenth great-grandson of one or the three Fates — is a talented sorcerer and a computer hacker extraordinaire in a world where magic has merged with twenty-first-century technology.

Of all my magic, shapeshifting is least comfortable and most dangerous, both because of its nature and my own. Please review your cart. With everyone from Apollo to Zeus terrified of her, why was I—a very mortal sorcerer and hacker—about to do just that? May 26, Kim rated it really mythoos it Shelves: They’re exciting and fun and I love the way the author combines mythology and computer programming.

MythOS (Webmage, #4) by Kelly McCullough

May 11, Theycallmetiger rated it it was amazing. She hit it several more times in quick succession, each with the same result. If you have not read this series then I can still recommend going back to the beginning and giving this series a try. I like the relatively unique magic system though I wish it was explored a little more thoroughlyI am interested in the fates of the characters, and I think that there is definitely potential in this series.


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However, the Ragnarok story line allows McCullough to return to one of the original themes of the seriesthe conflict between fate and free willa welcome development jccullough allows Ravirn to further explore his newly chaotic nature. The spell prompt worked its desired magic and the laptop began to flicker, its flat shape alternating almost too quickly for the eye to follow with a bald blue goblin only slightly larger than a house cat but infinitely more contrary.

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I wanted to run, but Tisiphone stood between me and the door. The story is maturing and goes off in a different direction as Kellly tries to fix the Norse gods’ mythological universe. Jan 18, Kat rated it it was amazing Shelves: Necessity — the sentient computer that runs the multiverse — is still broken, and the only thing that can repair her is a massive reboot. I’m averaging it out to 4. Good character development and snaapy dialogue.

The shrinking spells at the beginning when they met up with Ahllan after getting shipped off to the Norse MythOS which is not explained, how Weirdest ending ever. However, the ending proved me wrong.