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The Room Between the Floorboards, by Toni Bunnell

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Cliffe is a typical student trying to exist on next to nothing while he pursues his studies in theoretical physics. His investigation of a seemingly innocuous crack in the ceiling leads him to a world he would never have believed existed. 

Andulan Ruskin daydreams her life away on her parents’ farm in the Yorkshire Dales. She lives in a world far removed from Cliffe’s, in more ways than one. A chance parting of the thin veil that separates their worlds draws them closer together, in a way that could not have been foreseen and which has far-reaching consequences.

This novel will appeal to those who seek answers to things that cannot always be explained and tests the very nature of all that we think we know.

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