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  1. says:

    it's comin' to get yaso this series is over i reckon and i'm not terribly sad to see it go she had a golden shiny opportunity here and she kinda blew it you can't feel bad for her it's like a celebrity sex scandal; the destruction was purely self destructionthis is why it could have been awesomethe premise of this series is fantastic; it presents an opportunity for real scientific discussions of what the moon if you b

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    If you could hear me now you'd be hearing a loud a dramatic sigh I liked this series and I kind of want to give this one two stars butI can't Reading this series is like eating french fries even when it's not that great it's still pretty good FROM THIS POINT ON IT IS BASICALLY ONE LONG SPOILER YOU WERE WARNEDN

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    Ableist garbageA character becomes paralyzed after an accident and everyone starts talking about how death is preferable to living with a dis

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    In this 3rd book in the Last Survivors series the two groups of survivors depicted in books 1 and 2 come together Humanity faces possible extinction as natural disasters and climate changes hit Earth following an asteroid strike pushing the moon closer to the planet It's been a year since the disaster Very few people remain alive This group of 10 survivors faces not only the daily fight for survival but also their own emotions we

  5. says:

    You really could read the description or blurb of the book and basically get the whole story Of course you don't get the sam

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    Edit 52011 Apparently Pfeffer is hoping to publish a companion to this series The Shade of the Moon which will take a look at this world they live in 16 years after this book ends This gives me a bit of hope My hopes are dashed there will be no 4th book If nothing else Pfeffer's stories get you thinking They force you to consider what you would do if you were in her characters' shoes would you have stockpiled food up in case of

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    You ever read a book that makes you want to run to the grocery store and stock up on batteries canned food and eye the moon with suspiscion? No? Well friends I think you need to check out the Moon trilogy by Susan Beth Pfeffer The first book L

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    Super annoying book I finished it in one sitting because I had to know what happened but I was very disappointed Alex's and Miranda's relationship had no build up whatsoever It was just BAM they are in love and

  9. says:

    I have been looking forward to reading This World We Live In the third book in Susan Beth Pfeffer's Moon trilogy

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    Are you kidding me? The novel started strong for me I liked that we were back in Miranda's point of view although maybe bouncing between Miranda and Alex would have been believable and helped make Alex's return to the East Coast plausible But then the novel slowly spiraled out of control and made me want to poke my eyes out I better just list the things that annoyed me1 Um Miranda almost died in book 1 She had this transcendent m

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Their mother stays at home and desperately tries to hold on to the ordinary activities of their previous life But they all know that nothing is truly normal in this surreal new world they live in The struggle to survive intensifies when Miranda's father and stepmother arrive with a baby. Edit 52011 Apparently Pfeffer is hoping to publish a companion to this series The Shade of the Moon which will take a look at this world they live in 16 years after this book ends This gives me a bit of hope My hopes are dashed there will be no 4th book If nothing else Pfeffer s stories get you thinking They force you to consider what you would do if you were in her characters shoes would you have stockpiled food up in case of an emergency Or would you basically be at the mercy of this new world you live in Miranda is back as the narrator in this book which I was excited about since I didn t really like Alex or Julie from The Dead and Gone The book reads about as I expected it to intense gripping and at times just chilling It s graphic without being too graphic and it really does make you think about what would happen to you in the same situation I know I ll be stocking up emergency supplies a little diligently from now on But that said I didn t particularly like this book Life As We Knew It I couldn t put down but I LIKED it I couldn t put down This World either but it was because I wanted to finish it before I had to leave the bookstore than anything else Miranda devolves from being a sympathetic character to basically being a whiny brat She is still fighting with her mom After all that s happened I found that unbelievable and stupid Matt s random relationship with Syl came out of nowhere and was totally out of character And Syl was never really explored she has no background story and even admits to having a fake name which why would you write about if you had no intention of exploring it I also found Lisa irritating and her obsession with Julie weird and frightening There was no real point to Charlie s character unless Pfeffer just wanted to make a point about the weight loss surgery Where Alex was somewhat likable in The Dead he was a total arrogant jerk throughout the entire book Miranda s attraction to him seemed contrived and forced I waited a long time for this book and I am so disappointed that it turned out like it did If you can t make it a happy ending that s totally fine just don t flake out with a crappy vague one I liked it better than The Dead but much much less than Life This is one I might buy if I find it at a library sale but it s really not worth normal book prices especially not hardcover What a shame Re read August 2011

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This World We Live In

And three strangers in tow One of the newcomers is Alex Morales and as Miranda's complicated feelings for him turn to love his plans for his future thwart their relationship Then a devastating tornado hits the town of Howell and Miranda makes a decision that will change their lives foreve. I have been looking forward to reading This World We Live In the third book in Susan Beth Pfeffer s Moon trilogy for what seems like ages After tearing through Life As We Knew It I spent countless late nights up with a newborn agonizing over what I would do in such a catastrophic situation Due to Miranda s spell binding account the hubby and I often spent hours mentally counting canned foods organizing medications and obsessing over ways to cook without electricity Not often does a book consume my every spare thought as effectively as Life As We Knew It did Knowing This World We Live In would connect Miranda s story with Alex s from The Dead and the Gone I mentally prepared myself for a similarly engrossing read and lots of hours checking over my food storageIn the past year Miranda s entire life has altered after a freak asteroid moon collision resulting in a change in orbit and all kinds of calamity Countless natural disasters ensued and it was all Miranda her mom and brothers Matt and Jon could do to survive one catastrophe after another Nothing is as it was before Miranda will never be a normal teenager and she s almost starting to forget what it was even like to walk in the sun or eat eggs or even fresh lettuceThey ve made it through the worst of the winter and are even beginning to feel a ray of hope for the future with the arrival of spring and some truly unexpected guests Miranda s father has returned with his wife and new baby He s also brought along Alex and Julie Morales and a close friend Charlie Although thrilled to have them safe and home Miranda and her family understandably begin to wonder just how long their meager stores will last with the addition of five adultsThis World We Live In returns to Miranda s journal entries and although I could not bear to look away from her family s struggle this latest installment didn t really add anything in terms of character or plot development Whatever happened to the Miranda I knew and loved from Life As We Knew It That Miranda had me in the palm of her hand as she unfolded her desperate struggle for survival And although her everyday existence remained as precarious as ever I didn t feel like Miranda or anyone else grew from their experiences Yes it was interesting to see how Miranda and Alex interacted but I never got a good handle on why they were drawn to each other Besides both having survived a world ending disaster of course It was like Susan Beth Pfeffer expected her readers to already be so in love with Alex from The Dead and the Gone which I wasn t that she didn t really bother taking the time to develop a believable relationship between the twoAlthough I did struggle reading it I will admit I still read This World We Live In uicker than you can say post apocalyptic young adult candy fiction Fans of Miranda who have continued to wonder about her future will be glad they picked it up I just wish the story had been developed a bit further

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The heart wrenching companion to the best selling novels Life As We Knew It and The Dead The GoneIt's been a year since a meteor collided with the moon catastrophically altering the earth's climate Miranda and her two brothers spend their days scavenging for food and household items while. Ableist garbageA character becomes paralyzed after an accident and everyone starts talking about how death is preferable to living with a disability and the MC literally murders that character as a mercy Look I understand the world but that s not a good argument for this happening First of all that decision was NOT the MC s to make But so why write this in at all It only served to dehumanize people with disabilities Just killing off the character would have been uicker and not insultingAlso lots of fat hate and instalove The only thing I liked about this book was how the characters in the first two books crossed paths Otherwise I preferred the first two storywise showing the beginning of the disasterI won t be finishing the seriesAudio review This had the same narrator as the first book and she did improve her voicing work It was pretty standard in terms of uality so if you must put yourself through this hateful book the audio would be a fine way to gotw very harmful ableism fat hate tornado being trapped in a small space murder