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Miranda’s disbelief turns to fear in a split second when a meteor knocks the moon closer to the earth How should her family prepare for the future when worldwide tsunamis wipe out the coasts earthquakes rock the continents and volcanic ash blocks out the sun? As summer turns to Arctic winter Miranda her two brothers and their mother retreat to the unexpected safe haven of their sunroom where they subsist on stockpiled food and limited water in the warmth of a wood burning stoveTold in journal entries this is the heart pounding story of Miranda’s struggle to hold on to the most important resource of all hope in an increasingly desperate and unfamiliar world


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     Okay I was really looking forward to this book I've been reading a lot of dystopias lately and they've surprised me in a positive way Not this oneWhy? SCIENCE Listen if you're writing fantasy or sci fi that's not based on Earth you can go all out like That asteroid knocked Zhogenaqn our moon out of orbit which caused all the feueldndao plants to release zignhnwp a deadly virus It's cool You can do that and I won't even bat an eyelash at itBUT when you say oh all the astronomers were really psyched about that asteroid that would hit the moon but it ended up knocking the moon out of orbit like a goddamn marble and make its way towards Earth then we have a problem First of all it would take an object equal to the moon in density and size hitting it at the same velocity as its trajectory but on an opposite direction to knock it out of said orbit ARE YOU TELLING ME ALL THE WORLD'S ASTRONOMERS COULD NOT CALCULATE THAT SHIT? Not that there would be anything to calculate since the book tells us the asteroid was a lot smaller than the moon Then a bunch of unrealistic unscientific stuff happens which is just basically a whole case of author did not do the research even if I were able to ignore that moon stuff WHICH AS A SCIENTIST I CAN'T I wouldn't be able to ignore this How the fuck do tides cause tsunamis? Are tides somehow causing submarine earthquakes? And the Yellowstone volcano erupted because of the moon WTF??? and all it did was send out a little ash? And suddenly malaria? I JUST CAN'T WITH THIS SHIT I'm not religious my family isn't religious I don't care about religion That being said the author's attack on religious characters is absurd Why are they being portrayed as whack jobs who incite children to starve because God will provide for them while churches are keeping all the food for themselves? Give me a break the great majority of the world's population is religious they're not all crazy people And churches or the equivalent depending on denomination have a history of helping people when disaster strikes Bitch all you want but even now with this fucking crisis there are a lot of people who would be starving if it weren't for food provided by organizations connected to religious movementsDon't use YA books as your platform to spout this kind of shit It makes you look like an asshole Especially if you already proved to the world you are unable to grasp the basics of science And the story? If you advertise your book as a dystopia don't make us read a teenage girl's diary unless shit actually happens in it I know I sound mad and I am mad because there is so much awesome stuff you could do with science on your side The author even quoted Star Trek TOS which was pretty okay on the science bits even though it had a lot of leeway what with it being in OUTER SPACE WITH ALIENS But this book?