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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why can't much action be taken after the McDills tell their story?
2. How old is Abby when she is kidnapped?
3. While Karen is holding Hickey at gunpoint, who does she make a phone call to?
4. When Karen tends to Abby, what does she ask Abby to try to do?
5. What does Karen continue to think about as she is dancing for Hickey?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how Abby's health makes the kidnapping different from the others, as described in Chapter 4.
2. Why is Abby's running away from the cabin a mistake, in Chapter 8?
3. In Chapter 10, what evidence is given that Huey will do anything that Hickey asks him?
4. In Chapter 5, Karen is able to speak to Abby and give her advice on how to get away from Huey. What actions does Karen tell to Abby to take?
5. During Chapter 9, Dr. and Mrs. McDill talk with Special Agent Chalmers about what?
6. Describe Cheryl's past, as depicted in Chapter 6.
7. Explain the events of Hickey's kidnapping of Abby in Chapter 2.
8. Explain the relationship between Will and Karen Jennings, as described in Chapter 2.
9. Describe the drug Restorase that Will is presenting at the medical association meeting, as described in Chapter 4.
10. Describe how Karen injures Hickey as part of her plan to help Abby, in Chapter 7.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe what the term external conflict means and how external conflict was important to the book.
Essay Topic 2
Describe the author's use of the protagonist versus the antagonist throughout the book. In your opinion is there more than one protagonist? Antagonist? Give specific examples from the book to support your answers.
Essay Topic 3
Describe the tone that the author uses throughout the book. Does the tone differ as the book progresses? Give specific examples from the story, supporting your answers.
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