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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The raven that covered the laptop pocket where he lay hidden. The story is maturing and goes off in a different direction as Raviern tries to fix the Norse gods’ mythological universe.

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Any problems with this book? Ravirn, Melchior his webgoblin familiar and the fury Tisiphone get gated to the Norse world with a different magical system, where the meet Loki, Odin, Thor and other Norse gods. Do you know anything about using one of these? The prior books’ summaries seemed a bit longer than need be, though I understand the industry requirement for these.

I also really enjoy this representation of Loki and his children as they try to thwart the fate mccullougg Ragnarok decrees they will have. If you’ve enjoyed the others in the series, you should enjoy this as well. Or are we just going to float here until the Primal Chaos devours us?

Two Tricksters in one universe? Ravirn’s got this dry sense of humor that comes out at what seems the worse times and those light-hearted moments balanced nicely with the most sort of suspense atmosphere.

Learning how to deal with the new rules and lore and politics of an unfamiliar MythOS, along with some seriously high stakes and touching moments, make the book a lot of fun to read.

Oct 20, Gareth Otton rated it liked it Shelves: To see if I could. mccillough

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Some series stand out as a downward spiral towards “sucking”. It was an observation. I’d read this book again. Dec 17, Peter Millane rated it it was amazing. Instead there came a single enormous metallic clash as all the remaining beads in the room suddenly moved from left to right.


Again, the premise is interesting enough to keep me reading, but unfortunately, I can’t quite overlook these issues to rate the book higher. Item s unavailable for purchase. Hades is never the right place. Beyond, broad stone steps led under the hill. kekly

If you thought the Greek pantheon was messed up, wait until you get a load of Odin, Loki and the rest. My nerves are frazzled enough as it is. While I found myself a little bored at the technical description parts, because while McCullough is very thorough explaining how the magical computerized system works, it sometimes felt a little overwhelming to me.

A Dance of Mirrors. I reached back and grabbed the sword-cane tucked behind my left shoulder, swinging it around in front of me. I turned in time to see a series of cracks in a nearby boulder flow together into the irregular outline of a door.

Ravirn is not your average computer geek. Now, in order to protect Necessity, Ravirn has to utilize all of his skills as a mage and fight to prevent complete chaos — though it may cost him his life… Note: Ravirn — umpteenth great-grandson of one or the three Fates — is a talented sorcerer and mcculluogh computer mccullouvh extraordinaire in a world where magic has merged with twenty-first-century technology.

Wortwhile getty all the books in the series.

I asked Melchior to refresh Redeye and he whistled the binary with a speed and sureness I could never match, demonstrating another of the many reasons I prefer codespells to chaospells. After a few moments the strobing effect stopped and only the goblin remained. Seeing characters we’ve come to know, very out of their familiar surroundings was nicely done, and the world was well fleshed out. 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.


Ravirn—umpteenth great-grandson of one of the three Fates—is a talented sorcerer, a computer hacker extraordinaire, and in the process of becoming a minor demigod. Can he do it without corrupting the mweb — the magical Internet — and without facing down the Lord of the Dead himself? Later he received a degree in theater and worked in improv. Open Preview See a Problem?

The name of my soul and my power is Raven. All in all a good read.

MythOS (Webmage, #4) by Kelly McCullough

Mixing up the myth arcs at play in a digitally magic world, Ravirn not only falls afoul of the Norse pantheon, but gets to explore what a relationship with a fury is like when she takes a break from her responsibilities. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Mar 03, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: Then, taking the hilt firmly in my wounded hand—to make a bound between the sword and the stuff mccuullough my soul—I slashed a vertical hole in the wall between reality and chaos, or more accurately between chaos and one specific corner of reality.

May 26, Imprint: The initial setup for this adventure was a little clunky, and the end screams “sequel heading your way” more than the previous books ,elly th This was a fun read, sufficiently fast-paced to keep me engaged without being a whiplash-inducing rollercoaster. He evolves from a college student with little sense of responsibility to someone thinking of the benefit to the greater pantheoverse, albeit with the quirky twist of chaos.

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.