I would call this dystopia lite. Not so distant future, second Prohibition. Anya isn't so much in to the government side of things yet because she has other shit to deal with. Also, she's a teenager. What was weird to me was the narrative timeline. Sometimes she would add things like she's telling her story from a great distance, but it was infrequent enough to be jarring. This continues in the second book and I'm not sure why.