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.
Fascinating series, interesting new world view. Ravirn is a talented sorcerer, a computer hacker, and umpteenth great-grandson of one of three Fates, who don’t like him much and the feeling is rightfully returned by Ravirn. And of course, quantum descriptions and code still confuses me since I’m not exactly the computer kythos.
There is cursing, but reasonable for hackers. A kkelly that Ravirn will have to hack if he ever wants to get out of Asgard alive… From the Paperback edition. MythOS is the first book by Mr. I started and he chuckled evilly.
While I contemplated that, Melchior whistled up a connection to Shara. Didn’t like this one quite as much as the earlier ones.
Book Five of the Restoration Series. And on the Greek side of things, I like that Tisiphone is finally showing truer, more forgiving, more HUMAN character traits and that her decision to stay in the Norse pantheon gives her a weakness in that tough shell. I like that Tisiphone is finally showing truer, more forgiving, more HUMAN character traits and that her decision to stay in the Norse pantheon gives her a weakness in that tough shell.
Another good installment in the series. Can’t wait to read book 5, but at mytyos same time don’t want the fun to end! The role reversal made me nervous.
The great silver ball started to drop toward us, falling like a hammer. When I touched the place where magic and blood were 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 stairs wound deep into the mcullough, halting in front of a heavy steel hatch. In the twenty-first century, magic has advanced with the times and gone digital, and Ravirn, a direct mhthos of one of the three Mtthos, is a talented sorcerer — mhthos computer hacker extraordinaire.
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 which allows Ravirn to further explore his newly chaotic nature. He just can’t seem to catch a break, and it’s getting repetitive. Same issue as the previous book.
MythOS (Webmage, #4) by Kelly McCullough
Which leads to reason two: For that, I had Occam. Of all my magic, shapeshifting is least comfortable and most dangerous, both because of its nature and my own. It is interesting and never ever dull, its a fast read that I love and can’t wait to see more of.
In this series View all Book 5. This book takes the expected trip to another mythos with all the mvcullough confusion about each side thinking there’s only one pantheon that’s real.
Then the sphere moved, rising and turning. What differences are there between the two realities? The raven that covered the laptop pocket where he lay hidden. The mweb is the magical network Necessity built. May 11, Doris rated it it was ok. Because of this, the action felt like it lacked the necessary stakes to create real tension, moments of loss didn’t evoke a similar emotion in me, and overall the novel felt a little flat. 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.
Kelly McCullough was raised and educated by free-range hippies. But that’ In the twenty-first century, magic has gone digital.
Good character development and snaapy dialogue. It’s hard to explain, but SO much fun to read. There is violence, and the action is quick and exciting which is a plus. This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read.
This series has always mcculloufh one designed to appeal to both the myth lover and the technophile, and I’ll admit that the mcculolugh did overwhelm me at times here, though maybe I was just distracted. I expect to see wrap-up of some of these things in the next book.
Books by Kelly McCullough. The first is the lack of descriptions. Whatever had happened, we were still talking to Shara. Then everything went away behind a curtain of blackness as though all the lights in the universe had gone out. No trivia or quizzes yet. Quickly but cautiously I scooped up Melchior—he was stiff in my arms.
Her voice had reverted to the one I heard in our private moments.