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PLEASE HELP ME find this book

Hey Tumblr!

For many years I’ve been searching for a book I read when I was a kid, I have no idea of what the name was, or who the writter is or from where the book is, so I decided to search for help here…

I read this book approximately 5/4 years ago, I can only remember some of the story…

It’s about a boy that when he sleeps his soul/spirit/concience comes out of his body and goes to some weird place…

In this place the boy just walks around and he gives names to where he goes (the names he chooses are like “Nowhere” “Somewhere” or something like that)

And every time that he dies in this world he has to loose a life in the real world (he has 7 lives I think).

I remember clearly of a scene where he dies in the “spiritual world” because a guy pierces him with a spear and when he wakes up he gets pierced again with that wood thing that keeps the curtains on the wall because a cat jumped on it…

I remember that I really liked this book when I read it but I can’t find it anywhere, so PLEASE, IF ANY OF YOU READING THIS KNOWS THIS BOOK HELP ME FIND IT AGAIN!!!

I’m sorry for the confusing information but it’s all I can remember ;(

so more people can help!!!

I would appreciate it very much ❤

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