WebMage, by Kelly McCullough

Guest Review by Hilda

Ravirn, a child of the Fates, is a computer geek trying to pass his college midterms. He is a wizard at hacking viruses and programs.

Ravirn’s Great Aunt Atropos, one of the three Fates, wants to rid humanity of free will using a digital virus called Puppeteer. Ravirn believes in free will and refuses to help Atropos and all hell breaks loose.

Even with the help of Ravirn’s sidekick Melchoir — “Mel” — his webgoblin/familiar, it’s going to be a close call. WebMage is a gripping urban fantasy for adults and older teens.

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