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Webmage

byKelly Mccullough

Mass Market Paperback | July 25, 2006

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Magic gets an upgrade in the first WebMage novel featuring a computer savvy sorcerer...

Ravirn is not your average computer geek. A child of the Fates—literally—he’s a hacker extraordinaire who can zero in on the fatal flaw in any program. Now that twenty-first-century magic has gone digital that makes him a very talented sorcerer. But a world of problems is about to be downloaded on Ravirn—who’s just trying to pass his college midterms.

Great Aunt Atropos, one of the three Fates, decides that humans having free will is really overrated and plans to rid herself of the annoyance—by coding a spell into the Fate Core, the server that rules destiny. As a hacker, Ravirn is a big believer in free will, and when he not only refuses to debug her spell but actively opposes her, all hell breaks loose.

Even with the help of his familiar Melchior, a sexy sorceress (who’s also a mean programmer), and the webgoblin underground, it’s going to be a close call...

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Kelly McCullough is the author of the WebMage series and the Fallen Blade series.
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Title:WebmageFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 6.8 × 4.3 × 0.8 inPublished:July 25, 2006Publisher:Berkley Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0441014259

ISBN - 13:9780441014255

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No time for second thoughts now Scorched Earth is not a spell that can be aborted halfway. Ultimately, all spells draw power from the same source, the primal chaos that churns between the worlds. But my family mostly uses the predigested forces my grandmother and her sisters channel into the net via their mainframe webservers. Scorched Earth isn’t like that. It taps directly into the interworld chaos. That means it’s both very dangerous and very powerful. It also means I don’t have to have web access to run it. Melchior’s voice interrupted my train of thought. “There’s no carrier wave and no Mweb line,” he said. “I think we just took the entire net down, Boss.” “Sweet necessity,” I murmured. “What have I done now?”

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“The most enjoyable science fantasy book I’ve read in the last four years.”—Christopher Stasheff