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Codespell (Webmage, #3) The Universe Needs A Reboot In This WebMage Novel From Kelly McCullough.In The Twenty First Century, Magic Has Advanced With The Times And Gone Digital, And Ravirn, A Direct Descendant Of One Of The Three Fates, Is A Talented Sorcerer And Computer Hacker Extraordinaire Now That Ravirn Has Come Into His Own As A Minor Chaos Power, He S Partying With Zeus, Playing Hard To Get With A Gorgeous Furyand Trying To Stay One Step Ahead Of Nemesis, The Unstoppable Goddess Of Vengeance.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 And Ravirn Hasn T Missed The Fact That Whoever Repairs Necessity Will, For That Moment, Run The Universe, Able To Remake The Worlds And Everything Else To Their Liking.Unfortunately For Ravirn, Some Very Dangerous Beings Have Figured That Out, Too


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10 thoughts on “Codespell (Webmage, #3)

  1. says:

    Actual rating 4.5 I wanted to give this one a five but there were a few things that kind of confused me Not including the detailed computer stuff I am still processing I don t like the calendar jumping It goes from minute by minute details to two weeks later and sometimes, it s a bit disorienting for the r


  2. says:

    The best of the three novels of the Ravirn series In this novel, now that Ravirn is a power he gets invited to Zeus s parties Of course, he finds out that the Goddess of Vengeance, Nemesis looks like his supposedly dead cousin Dairn and wants him dead Also, he is having relationship problems with his girlfriend, Ce


  3. says:

    And the plot thickens Well, it sthat the plot of the series finally gains traction Now this series is really a series, rather than a group of books with the same protagonists Boy loses Girl, Boy gets new Girl, Boy fights Adversity All good plot threads While the first book w...


  4. says:

    Kat Mandu saysWhen the magical super computer that runs the whole world crashes it s up to Ravirn to fix it Necessity has caught a nasty virus And although Ravirn has been tasked with removing it, he s not the only one interested in getting a hold of Necessity Because whoever fixes it, will temporarily gain control over the world Ra


  5. says:

    Things I liked about this book Still an interesting plot 3 volumes in to a series where each volume has a reasonable end point to its story, and yet the plot continues to be interesting That s not terribly common, and I appreciate it Characters not blinded by love There are characters who are in love with each other, where the love grew over


  6. says:

    When Ravirn version 2.0 gets invited to a spring break party by none other than Zeus himself, the last thing he expects is to be attacked by his cousin Dairn Not that Dairn hasn t tried to kill Ravirn before, but the last time he was pushed into a fairy ring and presumed dead Now Dairn is back, with some interesting new powers, a new personality, and


  7. says:

    Codespell is book 3 of the WebMage series The story is maturing That is not to say that the story is mature It is still a comedy and, as if it needed it, a comedian is introduced as a minor character.The Story The computer goddess Necessity is still suffering from a virus and demigod Ravirn is being recruited to hack into the magical web to fix her In the mea


  8. says:

    Not even halfway through this book, I realized two things I am inhaling this series, thoroughly tickled with the concepts presented, and quickly becoming a hard core fan of Kelly McCullough.If you favor comedies of errors, cyberpunk, technological toys, or pagan fantasy, you are made for these books I keep thinking it s like Pat Cadigan, Emma Bull and William Gibson g


  9. says:

    The urban fantasy cyber Greek mythology festivities continue Ravirn is still in hot water up to his neck, but finding out evenof the upsides and downsides to being a minor power among the gods Being the Raven has some pluses, but it also causes tension between him and his girlfriend Cerice To be honest, I only kind of liked Cerice in the first book and she s been increasingly


  10. says:

    book 3 in series Sorcerer and computer hacker, Ravirn is tapped to fix Necessity the computer and goddess who runs the universe A virus is affecting reality But many are working against him, including his girlfriend and computer coder extraordinaire.Ravirn is now a power in the universe, as Raven, the name that one of the Fates has given him With girlfriend Cerice working against him,


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