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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And yes, Fate and Slapstick are the two forces that dominate my life. This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read. This Norse-run world is run on magical system that’s completely different from what they’re used to.
Want to Read saving…. His best friend and familiar is both a goblin and a laptop, changing shape from one to the other as needed. Jun 03, S. That combination was the perfect preparation for his current career as author and cat herder. For a long second I thought she might kill me mcullough the spot, but finally she shook her head.
This strange realm is ruled by the Norse pantheon of gods—Odin, Thor, and other fun-loving brutes—and their magic uses a completely different operating system.
The raven that covered the laptop pocket where he lay hidden. The globe holding her image shimmered as dozens of pinpoints of dark silver static like tiny mirrors flared and sparked, rapidly spreading until the whole became an opaque silver ball.
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It was also fun to read the analogies between the Greek and Norse mythology: Looking for More Great Reads? Melting smoothly from shape to shape was a whole lot more comfortable. Of all my magic, shapeshifting is least comfortable and most dangerous, both because of its nature and my own. Kelly McCullough was raised and educated by free-range hippies. But now, Kythos — the sentient computer that runs the universe — has caught a virus that crashes most of the magical Internet, and Ravirn is tasked with fixing it.
In the 21st century, magic has advanced with kekly times and gone digital. The sphere started to swell, growing quickly from the size of a beach ball to something bigger than a car.
I’ll start this review by saying that I mccyllough enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series. And let’s not forget that the people in this world are not so welcoming, in fact some of them are kwlly hostile!
Really enjoying this series and incredible world. Another good installment in the series. Lists with This Book. Only one can control the multiverse… 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.
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Mostly, it gets a three star because I didn’t like the ending. 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. Apr 27, Jon rated it it was amazing. In this series View all Book 5. Three feet of ebony with a steel base.
This book starts with a mystery that’s never really resolved, just danced around. Day rated it really liked it Shelves: At the Sign of Triumph. Once I took the next step, we were committed and, quite possibly, dead.
Never build for the engineers; always build for the end user. This book leaves little time for breathing, moving from one crisis to another in an effort to solve the pending doom of Necessity.
I thought Tisiphone was great, her one purpose in life is to protect Necessity and now that she can’t do that, she doesn’t let that deter her from helping Ravirn found a way home.
The basic concept of fate vs.
The conflict between Odin and Loki exemplifies this and really made me think a little. This is particularly troubling, This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read. Didn’t like this one quite as much as mcculloufh earlier ones.
Fascinating series, interesting new world view. For just an instant I felt as though every atom of my body had been individually heated to incandescence.