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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Eager to see what’s to come in the final? Like a Mighty Army. I let the darkness settle over me, conforming to my current body before I reshaped both shadow and self with a wrench of my will. Aug 22, Joe White rated it really liked it Shelves: I really wanted to take a break from the series before I burned out on writing Ravirn.

I really like the combination of magic, hacking, networking, and mythology. I prefer to kellj the feathers with the other body, though the inner Raven is with me always. Firelight flared from the direction Tisiphone had gone—her internal flames leaping high.

May 26, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: My nerves are frazzled enough as it is. This strange realm is ruled by the Norse pantheon—Odin, Thor, and other fun-loving brutes—and their magic uses a completely different operating system. The role reversal made me nervous. It’s hard to explain, but SO much fun to read. Good character development and snaapy dialogue. I’ll start this review by saying that I did enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series.

Now that twenty-first-century magic has gone digital that makes him a very talented sorcerer.


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I still plan on picking up the next book, though because I can’t wait to find out what happens next. Melchior is not the only shape-changer in our partnership, though my process is messier and more painful than his. Dec 17, Peter Millane rated it it was amazing. Feb 26, Tankerbay rated it really liked it. I still prefer to be called Ravirn, but whether I like it or not, I am Raven and one face of the Trickster.

It’s fast paced, there is a lot of stuff going on but not a lot of it is explained in detail. The mystery is kept alive, not so much by growing it as ignoring it.

How do you program a computer with no interface, no visible inputs or outputs, and an unknown programming language? The world is a nice refreshing change.

It left me eager for the next book, as intended, especially because it’s unclear where Melchior is at the very end. This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read. This fourth book in the series of the mccuplough magical world was a dud.

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With Persephone free the seasons are all amuss in the top dozen DecLoci. But with the primal stuff of deep chaos, it all happens in the moment. I turned in time to mcucllough a series of cracks in a nearby boulder flow together into the irregular outline of a door.

Songs of the Earth. After a few moments the strobing effect stopped and only the goblin remained. Tisiphone the Fury, my sometime-foe, sometime-lover. Jun 16, Cathy rated it really liked it Shelves: I also really enjoy this representation of Loki and his children as they try to thwart the fate kellu Ragnarok decrees they will I think this may be my favorite installment of the Webmage series.


If he were only content to let himself be used. They aren’t long books and they’re easy reading if nothing else, so it is definitely worth a try even if you don’t end up liking them.

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I was really hoping this would be a triumph day, but I never know. The review must be at least 50 characters long. First and foremost, Necessity was broken. For a long second I thought she might kill me on the spot, but finally she shook her head. If you have read this series before and enjoyed what you read, then I can recommend this book to you as it is very much in the same vein as what has come before.

Really enjoying this series and incredible world. But when Ravirn-a computer savvy sorcerer-is thrown into a parallel world where magic runs on a different operating system, he’ll need mad skills to get out alive. This Norse-run world is run on magical system that’s completely different from what they’re used to.

Other books in the series. It was a little too fast and abrupt and left so many questions unanswered. The main plot to this point is mirrored in minor in this book, giving a good overview of the idea of the multiverse in general.