Warehouse (Definitions) Paperback – 6 Jun 2002
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"Edgy, terrific on both the grimness and the warmth of life on the margins . . . Keith Gray controls both the dramatic story and his wholly credible characters with delicacy and conviction" (Guardian)
"It's funny, it's terrifying and it rings utterly true. Keith Gray is an outstanding writer for teenagers. This is strong stuff, not in any gratuitously sensational way but because it credits his readers with an understanding of life's big issues - trust, loyalty, courage and survival" (Scottish Book Trust)
"Intriguing read" (Chicklish)
Keith Gray's gripping new novel about a community of runaways.See all Product description
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8 March 2008
A seriously good read! An extremely gritty story set in the north of England, 'Warehouse' follows the lives of a group of teenagers whose lives become inexorably intertwined. It's got all the elements of a good story - drama, romance, comedy - all in nice, equal measure, with some cracking dialogue and description. The use of stark urban backgrounds helps to make the characters seem more real. It's a book you can easily get sucked into.
19 August 2004
this is a fast-paced, gripping, convincing ang moving story once you've finished reading this book, every little thing fits in to place making other things make more sense (if that made any sense??!!). this book is a honest, funny, thoughtful and quite dangerous read. i'm sure many of these situations are true to life, and when you read this you feel quite close to the characters who tell you their story. i couldnt put this book down as it grips you from the very first page! the only thing i have to say that isnt good about this book is that their isnt a sequel. whatever type of books your into this is one that everybody should have. as it includes just about every emotion possible- love, sadness, humour, terror, power and much more.
25 November 2002
I thought this was neatly put together, with the three overlapping stories. The characters were real and believable, and so were the situations they found themselves in. The conversations rang true, and made you care what happened to everyone in the end. A great street-wise read.
1 January 2011
Well I am a bit bias as I worked and socialised with Keith for many years, knew him in his very early writing days. I have managed to keep up with his books over the years and must say this is a fantastic book, very descriptive and detailed when it comes to the characters. It is for older teenagers but I do feel that it is a great read for adults as are alot of his books. If this is the first of his books that you read and you enjoy it read more, he is great!
2 September 2003
This book is like a giant jigsaw puzzle. We are told four stories, each in turn telling different events about one particular character. It's only when you've read all four sections of the novel that you can get an clear idea of what happens at the warehouse. It's very interesting, and a whole new way to present the story. An enjoyable read, well recommended.