"In Iran, it was important to always be prepared with answers. It was best if the answers were true. At the very least, the answers had to be believable and on the right side of politics."
I usually don't read these types of books, where it mostly focuses on romance (especially between two girls), but I didn't know what kind of a book it was until I was in the middle of reading it. I continued reading the book because the storyline was interesting and kept me wanting to finish it. I loved how the author ended the book. She used foreshadowing right until the end, where the expected truth came out. 'Moon at Nine' is able to fully illustrate the perception of love through the use of powerful descriptive words, and it is able to allow the readers to connect deeply with the characters and their situations.