Codespell by Kelly McCullough

By Kelly McCullough

The universe wishes a reboot...In the twenty-first century magic has long gone electronic, and Ravirn, an instantaneous descendant of 1 of the 3 Fates, is a skilled sorcerer and laptop hacker extraordinaire. So while Necessity, the sentient machine that runs the universe, catches a plague that crashes lots of the magical web, Ravirn is tasked with solving it. Whoever upkeep Necessity will, for that second, run the universe. regrettably for the sorcerer, a few very harmful beings have figured that out too.

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Now you do not. You are a shapechanger, a power of chaos. You are no longer your skin and its contents. ” She stepped forward and pinched my cheek between her fingers. “This is an illusion, a lie you tell the universe. Just as everything here”—she gestured at the bridge and the doorways at either end—“is another kind of illusion. Castle Discord is also chaos, shaped by will and magic into my ever-changing home. When you forced a faerie ring to appear in a part of the castle that didn’t then exist and stepped through, you stepped into chaos.

Castle Discord. I stepped out of the ring and went away. Discontinuity. ” Discord’s voice brought me back. The greenhouse flickered into being and was gone in the same instant. We stood now upon a bridge of glass over a river made up of the eternally changing stuff of Primal Chaos. That was my first impression. My second was of a glass tunnel suspended within that same river. One moment it seemed to be all around us, the next in one direction only. The only solid points of reference were a pair of large arched doors, one a hundred feet ahead, the other a hundred behind.

It was a gorgeous little setup. ” I put the quill back into its holder. ” she asked, but with a smile. ” I shifted my attention away from Eris. “Melchior. Laptop. ” He grinned and sat down cross-legged on the desk in front of me as his body began to flow and twist. When he’d finished the transition, I plugged the inkpot connector into one of his networking ports. For several long seconds the little goblin-face logo below the screen on the left blinked repeatedly as he checked the connection. Finally, it bobbed a nod.

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