by Susan Beth Pfeffer

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Miranda, 16, is not ready for her life to be over. An asteroid has crashed into the moon, changing its orbit and wreaking havoc on Earth – tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanoes, and a long, cold winter. Though her mom has stockpiled food and water, and her brothers have been chopping wood nonstop, no one is sure if they'll survive the next few months. Her world keeps getting smaller and smaller, and as they become more isolated in their rural PA town, her family can only wonder what's happening in the rest of the world. Miranda's journal entries chronicle the world's downward spiral, what becomes important when you're losing everything you know, and the importance of hope for survival.

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