MythOS (Webmage, #4)



MythOS (Webmage, #4) In The 21st Century, Magic Has Advanced With The Times And Gone Digital 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.

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[PDF] MythOS (Webmage, #4)  By Kelly McCullough – Josephfedericonjmet.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 289 pages
  • MythOS (Webmage, #4)
  • Kelly McCullough
  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • 044101724X

10 thoughts on “MythOS (Webmage, #4)

  1. Cathy says:

    I just really liked this book My comments say a lot I ve been wanting a refresher in Norse mythology, fun This series is a great intersection of sci fi cyberpunk and fantasy Fans of both should try it I just like books that make me think or learn a little without making it a chore Fun Can Loki ever really be the good guy Ravirn i...

  2. Gareth Otton says:

    I ll start this review by saying that I did enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series I like the relatively unique magic system though I wish it was explored a littlethoroughly , I am interested in the fates of the characters, and I think that there is definitely potential in this series However, all that being said, there are some glaring problems with this book The first is the lack of descriptions This novel finds the protagonist as well as a few other I ll start this review by saying that I did enjoy this book, just as I have enjoyed the other books in this series I like the relatively unique magic system though I wish it was explored a littlethoroughly , I am interested in the fates of the characters, and I think that there is definitely potential in this series However, all that being said, there are some glaring problems with this book The first is the lack of descriptions This novel finds the protagonist as well as a few other characters actually travelling to another reality or a differing MythOS In this new reality, it is the Norse pantheon rather than the Greek pantheon that rule over creation This concept is instantly intriguing but never felt fully realised What differences are there between the two realities Where exactly in the world are these stories taking place What does each new location look, sound and smell like I struggled to find the answers t...

  3. Jordan Steinhoff says:

    A mildly enjoyable series meets a huge road bump.These books have been enjoyable but not great 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.This book starts with a mystery that s never really resolved, just danced around The mystery is kept alive, not so much by growing it as ignoring it The characters go from set piece to set piece without any attempt to resolve investigate understand Cons A mildly enjoyable series meets a huge road bump.These books have been enjoyable but not great This book takes the expected...

  4. Wendy says:

    In the twenty first century, magic has gone digital 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 Ravirn has had to deal with some difficult in the not so distant past and then to seriously complicate things, he and his best friend, who is a goblin and a laptop, Necessity, who is the sentient computer that runs everything, is broken and Ravirn has to fix it.But that In the twenty first century, magic has gone digital 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 Ravirn has had to deal with some difficult in the not so distant past and then to seriously complicate things, he and his best friend, who is a goblin and a laptop, Necessity, who is the sentient computer that runs everything, is broken and Ravirn has to fix it.But that s kind of hard to ...

  5. Kim says:

    This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read 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 Unlike Ravirn s home reality, this pantheoverse is a universe, rather than a multiverse, which means there s only one possible outcome for any particular event This is particularly troubling, This is the fourth book in the Ravirn series, and like the others, a very enjoyable read Ravirn is attempting to fix Necessity, the compu...

  6. Kat Mandu says:

    Kat Mandu saysRavirn honestly can t catch a break While repairing Necessity the world s supercomputer he s thrown into a parallel world One where Greek gods don t exist and the Norse pantheon does Now his cybermagic doesn t work, he s got new enemies to deal with, and he s running out of time to fix Necessity before it s too late Small spoilers head.Weirdest ending ever It was a little too fast and abrupt and left so many questions unanswered Like when and why did Tisiphone decide Kat Mandu saysRavirn honestly can t catch a break While repairing Necessity the world s supercomputer he s thrown into a parallel world One where Greek gods don t exist and the Norse pantheon does Now his cybermagic doesn t work, he s got new enemies to deal with, and he s running out of time to fix Necessity befo...

  7. Tara Day says:

    Weirdest ending ever It was a little too fast and abrupt and left so many questions unanswered Likewhen did Tisiphone decide she needed to stay in the Norse MythOS I know she d enjoyed some parts of it but her will to go home seemed higher up on the list than kicking back and enjoying herself There were some things that confused me about this book ...

  8. S.N. Arly says:

    This was a fun read, sufficiently fast paced to keep me engaged without being a whiplash inducing rollercoaster If you ve enjoyed the others in the series, you should enjoy this as well It s probably my second favorite in the series.Overall the writing is pretty good The plot is logical The details and descriptions are clear, yet don t bog the story down The initial setup for this adventure was a little clunky, and the end screams sequel heading your waythan the previous books in th This was a fun read, sufficiently fast paced to keep me engaged without being a whiplash inducing rollercoaster If you ve enjoyed the others in the series, you should enjoy this as well It s probably my second favorite in the series.Overall the writing is pretty good The plot is logical The details and descriptions...

  9. Alex says:

    MythOS is book 4 of the WebMage series I loved it The story is maturing and goes off in a different direction as Raviern tries to fix the Norse gods mythological universe The story Raviern and his girlfriend, the Fury Tisiphone, are sent into another universe where the Norse gods run things If you thought the Greek pantheon was messed up, wait ...

  10. Wayne says:

    I really love the Webmage series I really like the combination of magic, hacking, networking, and mythology This is a great addition to the set Ravirn and friends find themselves in a universe dominated by the Norse gods, as opposed to the Greek dominated universe they came from I m a long time fan of ...

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