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  1. says:

    Pretty good closure for this part of the story It leaves Ravirn and Mel with an almost clean slate to begin messing around in other places.An excellent thing about these books is that Kelly never uses Ravirn or Mel to move the plot along Things happen in spite rather than because of Ravirn s best intentions, quick thinking and appropriate action In other series, you find out what s happening immediately and have to suffer page after page watching the character with all the clues in front of them while they fail to put two and two together Here, Ravirn solves the mystery, finds a way to fix the problem and yet, the bad guys are always on his heels complicating things It s nice because you get all the excitement of an action packed book without the all too common accompanying frustration that comes from reading the main character making stupid decisions to trigger said action.Another great achievement is that the author manages to update the heroes powers in ev...


  2. says:

    Just terrific, smart, funny sci fi fantasy adventure The characters don t always do as expected, make mistakes, and have a lot of heart The way the author makes his crazy combo of hacker technology concepts and traditional mythology tales come together is always creative and interesting, very clever The traditional pull between chaos and order in the stories adds another level of thoughtfulness And Ravirn s heritage through the lines of Fate and Slapstick keep the laughs coming All that being said, it really is the characters hearts that holds it all together The love in the friendships is genuine and touching The Fury s love for their mother is true Ravirn s admiration for Persephone is sweet and gentle Even his relationship with his ex rings true with anger, regret and tenderness Through all of the exciting adventure, near death and sometimes actually death experiences, bad jokes, ironic humor, hacking and cracking, all enjoyable features, it s the genuine warmth th...


  3. says:

    What a book Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful Though the ending is rather open especially since it says on McCullough s website there are potential for books even though it s been four years since the release of SpellCrash , it also settles things quite nicely Necessity and Nemesis gone For a while there, I thought everybody was going to throw in the towel and just dive into sacrifice mode, especially since that s Ravirn s specialty First it was Shara, then Fenris, Cerice, and even Alecto It was interesting to see the split between the four sisters Megaera with the bad guy, Alecto on Necessity s side and on her own, Tisiphone in the Norse MythOS, and Cerice trying to maintain the peace I also found it interesting that Ravirn now knows what it s like to screw around with both fire and ice The irony of that made me laugh.Although there was one little part I got confused on and the ending was a bit rushed, I really, really liked this one and therefore, gave it five stars Maybe it was because there was a lot less computer lingo until about a 1 3 of the way through and I understood it better, but I guess I just liked how the other parts of the ...


  4. says:

    Last book in the 5 book series Great and Great Fun Ravirn Raven is the ultimate hacker of computers magic and also now an aspect of the Trickster, which sometimes takes over Things are really falling apart as the computer that runs the multiverse is being attacked from within His universe of the Greek gods and their descendants is in grave peril What can he and his laptop familiar Melchior and their recently acquired cohort F...


  5. says:

    The author should have done a whole series based on webgoblins, webtrolls, quantum computing, and the conjunctions of old technology into new technical capabilities.


  6. says:

    Kat Mandu saysI m sad to see this series go But McCullough does a wonderful job at bringing everyone back for a big ole reunion one filled with humor, cybermagic, and lots of fight scenes Spoilers ahead, ya ll.What a book Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful Though the ending is rather open it also settles things quite nicely The characters are so engaging, the plot is so original, and the action in nonstop in this.Necessity and Nemesis gone For a while there, I thought everybody was going to throw in the towel and just dive into sacrifice mode, especially since that s Ravirn s specialty First it was Shara, then Fenris, Cerice, and even Alecto It was interesting to see the split between the four sisters Megaera with the bad guy, Alecto on Necessity s side and on her own, Tisiphone in the Norse MythOS, and Cerice trying to maintain the peace as a transformed Fury I also found it interesting that Ravirn now knows what it s like to screw around with both fire and ice The irony of that made me laugh.Although there was one little part I got confused on and the ending was a bit rushed, I really, really liked this one and therefore, gave it five stars Maybe it was because there was a lot less computer lingo until about a 1 3 of the way through and I understood it better, but I guess I just liked how the other parts of the boo...


  7. says:

    SpellCrash is a fantasy and a little juvenile but I liked it It is the 5th book in a series beginning with Webmage In this series, a college student named Ravirn is a minor member of the Greek Pantheon of gods, a distant grandchild of Lachesis, a goddess of Fate who measures out one s life thread Ravirn can t seem to fit in He is a hacker who can build magic spells like he can write computer code You will note on the cover that he carries a Smith and Wesson 1911 but the gun does not figure into the story much I think the author came up with a good idea involving the gun but couldn t make it work so the gun is rarely critical to the story Too bad I started reading the series primarily because of the recommendation of The Handgun Podcast Eric Shelton that mentioned the series, but once I got into it, I liked the series in general and kept reading.In SpellCrash the goddess of Necessity has transferred her consciousness to a server farm and a vi...


  8. says:

    So we re back to three stars, and I feel three stars overall for the series This is the end of the WebMage series, and while it does cover most of its bases, there are a few leftover tidbits not covered What about Raviren s cousin Daren s soul What about that e mail sent to Hades s personal account that Raven copied yet never read Who s the young man leaping into the river in Hades How will Mel survive in the Norse based lands since he didn t get a snakebite Why the discrepancies between Cerice s early coloration red and g...


  9. says:

    And so the Webmage saga comes to a close While there is always the temptation to continue a story past its proper lifespan, especially when you love the characters, I do feel that SpellCrash completes the story of Ravirn and his friends There s only so high you can push the stakes and responsibilities of the characters before it becomes cartoonish, and the fate of the multiverse is about as far as you can go and still be plausible The happy endings are sometimes sur...


  10. says:

    The Necessity doom has finally landed, squarely at Ravirn s feet, it all looks kind of horrific from his point of view But he and companions handle things with the usual amount of dedication and wry humour Ravirn s self awareness reaches a pinacle here that always breaks my heart a little, and makes me laugh too Everything ties of neatly for this story arc, though not without significant cost to the characters that we know and...