"I wonder if I'll ever have to decide which is worse, life as we're living or no life at all."
The story is told in the perspective of the main character, using first person point of view, which was fit for a dystopian story because the readers are able to feel the character's emotions, as well as knowing their thoughts. The character, Miranda, reacts to the change as naturally as a living person would, which makes the story more realistic. As the story progresses, Miranda changes significantly from the normal selfish teenager, to a girl who will go far to save her family. I love how the author focused more on the what-happened-after part, rather than focusing on how the world was ending because the moon was moved closer, and how realistic the entire book is. I'd definitely recommend the book to people who love dystopian stories.