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'I know a place you can go'. It's a secret place hidden among the run-down buildings of the derelict dockyards.

A community of young people have gathered in an old warehouse to get away from a world they don't fit in to. Through separate but interweaving narratives Warehouse tells the stories of three of the community's members. There's Robbie who is running away from his v
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 6th 2002 by Definitions
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Oct 01, 2016 Andrée rated it really liked it
Great cover. When I bought the assistant commented that the cover made her want to read it too.
We then went on to say that we did, in fact , always 'judge a book by it's cover'.
(And, according to this week's New Scientist, we can accurately judge a person's honesty in only a tenth of a we do it with people too)
And the story lives up to it's cover. Highly recommended.
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May 17, 2011 Jed Bradley rated it liked it
I decided to read this book because it had an interesting fictional take on the major problems that young people sometimes can get into and a warehouse where they can call home for now.

This book comes under the category of a book written by a male.

I liked the plot of this book because it gives an insight of how the people who have slipped out of society, making bad decisions or just having bad luck or circumstances have to live their life away from the outside world, in a sanctuary, known as the
Dec 15, 2014 Georgie rated it really liked it
Interesting and realistic look into the lives of a group of homeless teenagers and young adults (in their early 20s) who find a safe place to stay in an abandoned warehouse. There's Robbie, running away from an abusive older brother, Amy, from a wealthy family who is striving for independence and freedom from her mother's strict rules suffocating dominance, and Lem, the 'King' of the warehouse community.

My favourite story was probably Amy's because out of the three main characters, she's the one
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In his earliest years, Grimsby-born Keith Gray turned from reluctant reader to passionate reader – then straight on to being a dedicated writer. He published Creepers (1996), which was shortlisted for the 1997 Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize, in his early twenties, and since then has penned a number of award-winning and critically-acclaimed novels. He is a reviewer of teenage fiction for the ...more
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