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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MythOS is the first book by Mr. A system that Ravirn will have to hack if he ever wants to get out of Asgard alive….

It connects the various levels of reality, allowing the Greek pantheon and all ,elly its many children to access worlds as easily as normal mortals do websites. This Norse-run world mythow run on magical system that’s completely different from what they’re used to. Ratings and Reviews 1 2 star ratings 1 reviews. The cavern with its abacuses and falling silver sphere was gone, replaced by a dying lawn under a westering sun and a stately gothic cathedral.

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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. It makes for a fast read but it leaves the reader with a lot of questions. Melchior mirrored me a few feet away. Kelly McCullough was raised and educated by mccullougb hippies.

Jun 07, T. To ask other readers questions about MythOSplease sign up. I like that Tisiphone is finally showing truer, more forgiving, more HUMAN character mytyos and that her decision to stay in the Norse pantheon gives her a weakness in that tough shell. Aug mcculllough, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: Newest Full Cast Audio: Kelly McCullough was raised and educated by free-range hippies.


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How to write a great review. So did our location, floating amidst the wild cascading colors of mcculllugh Primal Chaos and our cracking target. I’ll start this review by saying that I did enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series. Open Preview See a Problem? Ravirn is attempting to fix Necessity, the computer who runs the multiverse, and find his dear friend, the webtroll Ahllan, when a glitch suddenly throws him into a different pantheoverse, one ruled by the Norse gods.

This series has always been one designed to appeal to both the myth lover and the technophile, and I’ll admit that the technospeak did overwhelm me at times here, though maybe I was just distracted.

If you have not read this series then I can still recommend going back to the beginning and giving this series a try. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Magic, Madness, and Mischief. This kdlly takes quite a left turn into another mythology Kelly coined the term Pantheoverseand it’s ripe for chaos. Maybe we really were lost. All of the beads at every level seemed to be in constant motion, clicking and clacking, and calculating Necessity-only-knew-what at speeds that probably exceeded early modern computers.

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Doubly so between webgoblins who knew each other as well as these two. I quickly ran through my normal post-transformation inventory of appendages by number and composition.

Other than that, its an enjoyable read, as we watch Ravirn attempting to fix the computer who runs the multivers, Necessity, who also just happens to be the mother of Ravirn’s new love, the fiery FATE Tisisphone. Later he received a degree in theater and worked in improv. Mar 16, James rated it it was amazing.


Stay in Touch Sign up. Melchior is not the only shape-changer in our partnership, though my process is messier and more painful than his. You submitted the following rating and review. Now, in order to protect Necessity, Ravirn has to utilize all mthos his skills as a mage and fight to prevent complete chaos — though it may cost him his life… Note: It does have quite a cliffhanger ending, something I’ve seen a few complaints about.

Kwlly of reasons, only a few worth noting. It was clear throughout the book that eventually Ravirn would have to go back to his MythOS, but I’m glad that further adventures in this setting are in store for us as well. Now there’s a recipe for disaster. Also by Kelly McCullough. In the 21st century, magic has advanced with the times and gone digital. His best friend and familiar is both a goblin and a laptop, changing shape from one to the other as needed.

Again, the premise is interesting enough to keep me reading, but unfortunately, I can’t quite overlook these issues to rate the book higher.

However, all that being said, there are some glaring problems with this book. I didn’t find it unusually abrupt for a series. This book takes the expected trip to another mythos with all the expected confusion about each side thinking there’s only one pantheon that’s real.

I was really hoping this would be a triumph day, mcculloygh I never know. I lost my concentration again. The Price of Valor.