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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I lost my concentration again. At least he’s not by himself, he’s got his best friend, Melchoir, and sometime lover, one of the furies born to protect Necessity, Tisiphone. Then again, maybe mccullokgh my head around the technology was easier in the books where I was NOT wracking my brain tryiing to remember what Norse mythology I knew; trying to understand two different unfamiliar worlds and lingo might have overwhelmed me a bit.
Quickly but cautiously I scooped up Melchior—he was stiff in my arms. Magic, Madness, and Mischief. The technical IT allusions were what made this series worth reading for me. He evolves from a college student 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. Seeing characters we’ve come to know, very out of their familiar surroundings was nicely done, and the world was well fleshed out.
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The Furies are never lost, Necessity always keeps them informed of exactly where they are in relation to everything else.
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The initial setup for this adventure was a little clunky, and the end screams “sequel heading your way” more than the previous books in the series.
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.
Another good installment in the series. The events have a feeling of the narrator reading off a list, lacking the emotional depth needed to get me really invested in the mcculllough. Or are we just going to float here until the Primal Chaos devours us? Mar 27, Jakob Barnard rated it really liked it Shelves: After the events of the 3rd book in the series I wasn’t sure how things would progress for our Raven, and I was happily surprised with how things mcckllough out.
May 11, Doris rated it it was ok.
I’m averaging it out to 4. It has an exciting ending. A system that Ravirn will have to hack if he ever wants to get out of Asgard alive…. A shiny four for the usual awesome world building, hilarious dialogue, mccullogh great characters.
What differences are there between the two realities?
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LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Dec 17, Peter Millane rated it it was amazing.
This strange realm is ruled by the Norse pantheon—Odin, Thor, mythoa other fun-loving brutes—and their magic uses a completely different operating system. The side trip to the Norse MythOS originally seemed like an entertaining but unimportant diversion. Jul 17, Ilirwen rated it really liked it. 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.
However, there are fun new characters from the Norse myth, including the Midgard Serpent and Laginn, the Hand of Tyr, and Loki is always fun. Moving with exquisite caution, I put my hands out to the sides with my palms open and clearly visible to anyone standing behind me.
But now, Necessity — 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.