|MagicNet (1993) [Novel]|
by John DeChancie
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(From the publisher):
SCHUYLER "SKYE" KING'S LIFE TOOK A TURN FOR THE TRULY BIZARRE THE NIGHT HE HEARD A DEMON DESTROYING A FRIEND ON THE TELEPHONE...
And now the cynical and sonmewhat inept English professor finds himself unwittingly hooked onto MagicNet - an astonishing meld of the technological and the supernatural... a computer-generated linkage of compatible magicks devised to create a dimension of wonders beyond the mundane. the brainchild of a brilliant renegade hacker/worlock, the Net has begun to take on a terrifying and uncontrollable life of its own. And though barely computer literate, it is the unfortunate Skye King whom the Fates have chosen for a suicidal mission to reprogram an entire universe... and crash a system that threatens to devour his world.
Original title: MagicNet
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Contemporary