I love the mentions of classic literature such as the works of Shakespeare and the works of Mary Shelley (in this case, Frankenstein). I feel like these days mentioning such old titles is uncommon. I often hear about the mentions of books like Harry Potter (which I love!) but it was strangely cool to see how teens in today's world (or the fictional book world) react to classic texts.
I also really admire the dual perspective. So far, it was exceptionally well done. Very often I find dual/multi perspective books confusing and I lose track of which character's point of view I am reading. The Infinite Noise does not have this problem. Both Caleb and Adam have clear points of view that work together in harmony without mashing into a blob of a story that all sounds the same.