Golden Grey An Unremarkable Boy and a Rather Remarkable Ghost

No ghost. No ghost! Tom laughed with relief. Everything was okay. There were no ghosts living underneath his bed. No Invisible Friends. It was just going to be a distinctly normal, average, run-of-the-mill day. Blearily, he made his way ...

Golden   Grey  An Unremarkable Boy and a Rather Remarkable Ghost

When a downhearted ghost becomes the "invisible friend" of an eleven-year-old boy who is an outcast in his new school, the two help each other find their place in their respective worlds.

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