Not as good as the first book in the Modern Witch series. The lead character has been depressed about her lack of magical ability in the midst of a witch family and community, but when it is discovered that she does have magic it turns out to be very different from everyone else's. And she's not happy about it. She comes across as an ungrateful whiner. Also, the integration between magic and cyberspace went beyond unbelievable; it was totally ridiculous.
I almost quit reading about halfway through the book because I just didn't care about her. But it got better toward the end and, of course, everything worked out and everyone ended happy.
I'm hoping the rest of the series is better than this one.