History Literature / MoonCrashSeries

17th Jan '17 11:07:44 AM Idek618
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The author of this series says she was inspired to write the first book in the Moon Crash Series, ''Life As We Knew It'', by watching ''Film/{{Meteor}}''. She says "it got [her] thinking about how the people who have the most to lose if [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the world comes to an end]] are kids" and wanted to write about how kids would cope with this particular scenario. There are three other book in there series, which are:

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The author of this series says she was inspired to write the first book in the Moon Crash Series, ''Life As We Knew It'', by watching ''Film/{{Meteor}}''. She says "it got [her] thinking about how the people who have the most to lose if [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the world comes to an end]] are kids" and wanted to write about how kids would cope with this particular scenario. There are three other book books in there the series, which are:
6th Dec '16 3:21:06 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright gigantic object to move the Moon out of its orbit, probably at least as big as Ceres (the largest asteroid, now considered a dwarf planet) and far larger than the one in the story. Even if that did happen, it'm more likely that the moon would break up and [[AlienSky form a ring around the earth]], rather than simply moving closer.

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright gigantic object to move the Moon out of its orbit, probably at least as big as Ceres (the largest asteroid, now considered a dwarf planet) and far larger than the one in the story. Even if that did happen, it'm it's more likely that the moon would break up and [[AlienSky form a ring around the earth]], rather than simply moving closer.
6th Dec '16 3:20:53 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright gigantic object to move the Moon out of its orbit, probably at least as big as Ceres (the largest asteroid, now considered a dwarf planet) and far larger than the one in the story.

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright gigantic object to move the Moon out of its orbit, probably at least as big as Ceres (the largest asteroid, now considered a dwarf planet) and far larger than the one in the story. Even if that did happen, it'm more likely that the moon would break up and [[AlienSky form a ring around the earth]], rather than simply moving closer.
6th Dec '16 3:18:22 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright [i]gigantic[/i]

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright [i]gigantic[/i]gigantic object to move the Moon out of its orbit, probably at least as big as Ceres (the largest asteroid, now considered a dwarf planet) and far larger than the one in the story.
6th Dec '16 3:16:18 PM ElSquibbonator
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomyArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It would take a downright [i]gigantic[/i]
6th Dec '16 3:12:45 PM ElSquibbonator
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10th May '16 4:01:27 PM Theriocephalus
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* AdultFear
* AfterTheEnd
* AntiClimax

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* %%* AdultFear
* AfterTheEnd
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AfterTheEnd: The bulk of the novels take place after the Moon is knocked closer to the eart by an asteroid, resulting in a drastically altered climate and much more extreme weather and tides bringing down most of civilization.
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AntiClimax



* [[spoiler:BittersweetEnding]]: TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt has happened, [[spoiler:Megan, Peter, and Mrs. Nesbitt have died]], it's questionable at best whether or not [[spoiler:Miranda's dad, stepmother, and half-sibling are alive]], [[spoiler:the whole family is starving]], and [[spoiler:it's clear that things will never get back to normal]], but [[spoiler:Miranda's mother and siblings are alive, Miranda herself has lived to see her 17th birthday, her whole family is getting a massive amount of food, and it genuinely looks like they're going to make it through the winter]].

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* [[spoiler:BittersweetEnding]]: BittersweetEnding: TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt has happened, [[spoiler:Megan, Peter, and Mrs. Nesbitt have died]], it's questionable at best whether or not [[spoiler:Miranda's dad, stepmother, and half-sibling are alive]], [[spoiler:the whole family is starving]], and [[spoiler:it's clear that things will never get back to normal]], but [[spoiler:Miranda's mother and siblings are alive, Miranda herself has lived to see her 17th birthday, her whole family is getting a massive amount of food, and it genuinely looks like they're going to make it through the winter]].



* CliffHanger
* ColonyDrop: Subverted. Earth itself suffers no direct impact.

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* CliffHanger
* ColonyDrop: Subverted. Earth itself suffers no direct impact.
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* CorruptChurch- Miranda's former best friend, Megan, turns to God after their friend dies (before the book starts). The church tells her not to eat and she [[spoiler: dies of starvation]]. It is also revealed that the priest at said church was [[spoiler: taking food from his church members]].

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* CorruptChurch- CorruptChurch: Miranda's former best friend, Megan, turns to God after their friend dies (before the book starts). The church tells her not to eat and she [[spoiler: dies of starvation]]. It is also revealed that the priest at said church was [[spoiler: taking food from his church members]].



* [[spoiler:ThePlague]]: Along with the other things going on, this happens.

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* [[spoiler:ThePlague]]: Along with the other things going on, this happens.ThePlague: Another disaster on top of everything else.



* SnowedIn

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* VisitByDivorcedDad

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* GraveRobbing- Kevin and Alex steal belongings from the dead people lying around in the city. They trade the stolen items in for cans of food.

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* GraveRobbing- GraveRobbing: Kevin and Alex steal belongings from the dead people lying around in the city. They trade the stolen items in for cans of food.



* FantasticGhetto: The grub towns, where anyone who wasn't important or didn't posses a valuable skill ends up.
8th May '15 8:44:00 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: While the president is never named, it's pretty obvious that he's supposed to be GeorgeWBush, what with Laura calling him an idiot whenever they hear of him.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: While the president is never named, it's pretty obvious that he's supposed to be GeorgeWBush, UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush, what with Laura calling him an idiot whenever they hear of him.
30th Jan '15 3:18:39 PM ayjazz
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* TooDumbToLive: Even though [[spoiler: Bri]] was sickly, and had trouble walking [[spoiler: using the elevator when there are blackouts that last for days, and when there is no maintenance staff to rescue someone trapped in a stuck one was an idiotic move.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: Even though [[spoiler: Bri]] was sickly, and had trouble walking walking, [[spoiler: using the elevator when there are blackouts that last for days, and when there is no maintenance staff to rescue someone trapped in a stuck one was an idiotic move.]]
27th Jan '15 4:22:50 PM ayjazz
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* TooDumbToLive: Even though [[spoiler: Bri]] was sickly, and had trouble walking [[spoiler: using the elevator when there are blackouts that last for days, and when there is no maintenance staff to rescue someone trapped in a stuck one.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: Even though [[spoiler: Bri]] was sickly, and had trouble walking [[spoiler: using the elevator when there are blackouts that last for days, and when there is no maintenance staff to rescue someone trapped in a stuck one.one was an idiotic move.]]
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