Cybermancy eBook Ê Ebook


  • ebook
  • 288 pages
  • Cybermancy
  • Kelly McCullough
  • English
  • 21 March 2016
  • 9781436274579

10 thoughts on “Cybermancy

  1. Little Little says:

    This is crap There's no real point to the story it doesn't delve into deeper issues and who cares about combining mythology with hackers?Apparently my little brother read it on the plane on the way up here and decided it was crap Then it was at my house so my dad read it and decided it was crap Then it was in my bookshelf so I started to read it 2 hours later I was half way through and decided it was crap To the used book store with you so you can torment another helpless victim


  2. Cathy Cathy says:

    Very good Lots of action and very original concepts I'm very into mythology being brought into modern stories right now à la Percy Jackson so the timing was just right for me If you like cyberpunk with adventure and humor this is for you It probably really deserves 4 stars but I'm just not as much in the mood for action right now Not that character development was neglected just a tiny off of my mood is all Hasn't stopped me from starting book 3


  3. Robin Robin says:

    I enjoyed Webmage so I picked up Cybermancy and it didn't disappoint What can I say? I'm a complete sucker for a universe where laptops are also goblins and Cerberus needs a fourth for bridge A fun read


  4. Kat Mandu Kat Mandu says:

    Kat Mandu saysRavirn is in trouble again – imagine that Feeling badly for leaving Cerice’s AI familiar in Hell Ravirn and Melchior his own AI plan a trip to Hell to get her back Bad trouble followsFantastic setup I found I could understand some of the things I’d misunderstood in the first one better once they were summarized in this book The same with the third one I like the idea that Ravirn’s a bit shy of his new identityCerberus is introduced in this book I love it I love that the author portrays the three headed dog as three different species of dogs when it comes to their heads Three different personalities as well driven towards one ultimate goal One of my favorite new characters The take McCullough has on Persephone and Hades was neat too giving Hades a very bad mojo and Persephone a very sympathetic vibeAlthough the computer lingo was a bit better in this one I still had some difficulty understanding some of the things I do love the virtual bit where he stabs himself in the hand to become virtually part of the environment I think that’s such a cool thing to do If not a little gruesomeRavirn is learning stubbornly what it means to be the Raven and interacting with the Furies and other gods on a whole new level I love it that he’s growing even though he doesn’t want toOh and of course the innuendo and teasings You can always tell a person loves you when they tease you like that and poke fun at your faults without doing it in a mean way Poor Ravirn The goddess of chaos gets him every time And the relationship with Cerice became interesting especially after the tidbit with Tisiphone in the elevatorI love this series Four hearts overall


  5. T.J. Day T.J. Day says:

    Fantastic setup I found I could understand some of the things I'd misunderstood in the first one better once they were summarized in this book The same with the third one I like the idea that Ravirn's a bit shy of his new identityCerberus I love it I love that the author portrays the three headed dog as three different species of dogs when it comes to their heads Three different personalities as well driven towards one ultimate goal One of my favorite new characters The take on Persephone and Hades was neat too giving Hades a very bad mojo and Persephone a very sympathetic vibe Although the computer lingo was a bit better in this one I still had some difficulty understanding some of the things I do love the virtual bit where he stabs himself in the hand to become virtually part of the environment I think that's such a cool thing to doOh and of course the innuendo and teasings You can always tell a person loves you when they tease you like that and poke fun at your faults Poor Ravirn And the relationship with Cerice became interesting especially after the tidbit with Tisiphone in the elevator Again great original plot line I'm eager to read


  6. Todd Macy Todd Macy says:

    It's always good when the second book in a series isn't a tired re hash of the first book Mr McCullough avoids this sopho slump though I feared for a little while in the beginning that he wouldn't The world is still interesting and full of intrigue and has a feel that I would almost call fantastical mob with all the strife between different houses of the big mythological family Ravirn is gaining even depth as he deals with the internal conflict being forced upon him by the people within his family as well as the external troubles he gets into both unwittingly and knowing full well it'll bring the wrath of the Fury death suadAll in all an enjoyable read that I would recommend to anyone interested in cyberpunk type stuff andor alternative mythologies


  7. Lori Lori says:

    The plot stands up better in this second installment of the WebMage series Also the main character takes a stand on his place in the plot rather than just being jerked around by the power that be This time around there is far less purple prose of exposition to bog things down allowing the fast pacing to drive the plot along rather than dragging the reader along for the ride Overall control overall euals are far easier read Why still only three stars then? It's not a new story boy gets girl boy changes self only a solid example of standard ones


  8. Jon Jon says:

    Now that we're kind of familiar with the world things make sense often Honestly I prefer this kind of organic world understand rather than having the author stop every paragraph and try to work how the world work 10 into the story Here we get character grown with Ravirn a deeper look at how things work things are very strange and amazing and an interesting story It's still pretty great view spoilerAlso I think that Ravirn is Loki even though that's not a Greek god hide spoiler


  9. Ilirwen Ilirwen says:

    Fun fascinating and well written There were some minor details I didn't like but all in all I'm happy with this book


  10. Ben Truong Ben Truong says:

    Cybermancy is the second book in the WebMage series written by Kelly McCullough It centers on a hacker and junior at university who just happens to be a sorcerer and the grandson of Lachesis – one of the three Fates of Greco Roman mythologyRavirn had defied his powerful ancestors the Fates who had in return cast him out from their family and given him a new name Raven However while Ravirn thinks little difference of this most of his friends seem to attach a greater significance to itRavirn has a problem Cerice his girlfriend is stressed about finishing her dissertation in computer science without Shara her webgoblinlaptop who was sadly killed in the previous book However Ravirn and Cerice live in a modern world built on the underpinnings of the Greek mythos So Ravirn would just go to Hades and get Shara back Cybermancy is written rather well The narrative is action packed and rarely stops and when it does it is usually exploring the relationship between Ravirn and Cerice McCullough fills his book with distinctive likable characters and expertly blends mythology and cyberpunkAll in all Cybermancy is written rather well and is a wonderful continuation to what would hopefully be a wonderful series which I plan to continue in the very near future


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Cybermancy❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Cybermancy Author Kelly McCullough – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk To save his girlfriend's webgoblin Ravirn a sorcerer with a shape changing laptop must brave Hell itself Can he do it without corrupting the magical Internet and without facing the Lord of the Dead hi To save his girlfriend's webgoblin Ravirn a sorcerer with a shape changing laptop must brave Hell itself Can he do it without corrupting the magical Internet and without facing the Lord of the Dead himself.


About the Author: Kelly McCullough

Kelly McCullough was raised and educated by free range hippies Later he received a degree in theater and worked in improv That combination was the perfect preparation for his current career as author and cat herder He lives and writes in the Midwest with his physics professor wife Laura He enjoys hiking and biking and his role as self heating cat furniture He is the author of the WebMage and.