The short story “Store Room” by Doug Warshauer is about a teenage boy, Brian, and his relationship with his family. His parents divorced four years ago. Brian chose to live with his father while his younger sister, Samantha, remained with their mother. After his father’s recent death, Brian returns to his childhood home. 

Samantha meets him as he arrives. They chat, and Brian remembers snippets of their lives together before the divorce. Brian’s mother is not at home to welcome him. Brian feels uneasy about being back. He knows his mother still resents him for choosing to live with his father after the divorce. His old room has since become a store room, and his mother only freed a little space for him to move into. 

Samantha asks Brian about ...

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