Ruminations (Hiding Behind The Couch Novel)
Ruminations by Debbie McGowan
Published: February 14th, 2015
250 pages (75,000 words) approx.
Seventeen-year-old Josh Sandison has been waiting his whole life to go to university. Gifted—and bullied for being different—he hopes moving away to study will mean a change for the better. Instead, he encounters the unexpected, when strange things start happening in his room—the blinds falling down by themselves and notes from an illiterate prankster.
Add to this the myth of the haunted third floor, and cynical Josh has had just about enough when Sean Tierney arrives, three days late and with not a penny to his name. The two strike up an unlikely friendship, bonded by their passion for learning and compassion for others.
But will their intellectual prowess be enough to solve, once and for all, the mystery of the third floor?
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Ruminations is a stand-alone prequel (novel) to Hiding Behind The Couch.
This story follows chronologically from Beginnings (Prequel Novella) and is continued in Hiding Behind The Couch (Season One).