Cybermancy (WebMage, Book 2) by Kelly McCullough PDF
By Kelly McCullough
To save lots of his girlfriend's webgoblin, Ravirn-a sorcerer with a shape-changing laptop-must courageous Hell itself. Can he do it with no corrupting the mystical Internet-and with out dealing with the Lord of the useless himself?
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Cybermancy (WebMage, Book 2) by Kelly McCullough