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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That we want to be on the other side of the wall of reality. To see if I could. This was a fun read, sufficiently fast-paced to keep me engaged without being a whiplash-inducing rollercoaster. I’ll start this review mccullouth saying that I did enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series.

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She’s strong but then again, she is a Fury so that’s not very surprising. And with Ravirn an unknown entity, completely mcchllough by Odin’s omniscient eye, he could be the perfect pawn in the battle between the gods. The shift from the Greek to the Norse mythos, I’ll admit, threw me for a bit of a loop.

Item s unavailable for purchase. From the Greek parthenon to the Norse. Melchior is not the only shape-changer in our partnership, though my process is messier and more painful than his. Because of that, both my triumphs and mistakes have grown in scope, and all too often, one flows so smoothly into the other that it can be hard to tell which is which.

And let’s not forget that the people in this world are not so welcoming, in fact some of them are down-right hostile! Sep 07, Wendy rated it liked it. I really myhos how the Greek gods, and mostly the Norse gods, features in the story.


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klly Not this one though, and the visit with Norse mythology view spoiler [and Tisiphone become oddly human and that whole story arc hide spoiler ] was interesting. Aug 25, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: I love Ravirn’s “I’m not a hero” personality and that he just does things out of whim without thinking about the consequences.

I just really liked this book. Aug 05, Alex Shrugged rated it really liked it. All the Norse big guys are out to play in this.

When I touched the place where magic and blood keelly one and the same—the inner chaos inherited from my Titan ancestors—a great black shadow fell over me like a cloud passing between the Earth and the bright moon above. The ending left a bit to be desired, as even though Raven “won”, he ends up losing quite a bit. Then everything went away behind a curtain of blackness as though all the lights in the universe had gone out.

This concept is instantly intriguing but never felt fully realised. I felt the nonexistent feathers rising on my skin. For just an instant I felt as though every atom of my body had been individually heated to myythos. While I haven’t read the previous books, there was enough back story for me to nicely be able to follow the story and understand what was happening.

If you’ve enjoyed the others in the series, you should enjoy this as well. It left me eager for the next book, as intended, especially because it’s unclear where Melchior is at the very end. Mxcullough mildly enjoyable series meets a huge road bump. 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.


McCullough I’ve read and the fourth following Ravirn and his adventures. 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. It was the shadow of the Raven. All of them really, except this first one.

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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…. I slipped through the rift and out onto a dark hillside where the smell of pines hung heavy in the air.

There are other issues just as there are other strengths, but these are the issues that I felt worth mentioning. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. While repairing Necessity the badly-broken sentient computer that runs the multiverseRavirn is thrown into a very different place, a parallel world where the Greek gods are only myths.

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I didn’t find it unusually abrupt for a series. I could hear echoes of Steve Jobs on page Inspired by Your Browsing History. May 04, Jordan Steinhoff rated it it was ok Shelves: