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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. Will and Karen are given no choice but to conclude the kidnapping by __________.
2. How does Huey frighten Abby after she runs away?
3. How does Will find out that Abby was kidnapped?
4. How is the president of the cell phone provider connected to the one of the characters in the book?
5. Karen's resentment towards Will is from her having to give up her dream of what occupation?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 5, how does Hickey display some common sense and compassion when it comes Abby?
2. Why is Abby's running away from the cabin a mistake, in Chapter 8?
3. Explain the relationship between Will and Karen Jennings, as described in Chapter 2.
4. In Chapter 10, Will's connection with the cell phone provider is explained. What is it?
5. During Chapter 9, Dr. and Mrs. McDill talk with Special Agent Chalmers about what?
6. In Chapter 5, how does the reader learn that Hickey's compassion is really non-existent?
7. Describe how Huey tries to get Abby to return to the cabin in Chapter 8.
8. Why is Margaret McDill convinced that she and her son Peter will surely be murdered, in Chapter 1?
9. Describe Cheryl's past, as depicted in Chapter 6.
10. How does Will Jennings first meet Cheryl Lynn Tilly in Chapter 4?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain how Chery Lynn Tilly and Huey Cotton are connected to Joe Hickey. Also, describe how Hickey influenced Cheryl's past career decisions.
Essay Topic 2
Explain why it took so long for the McDills to contact the FBI about their son's kidnapping. Give specific examples from the story why they were hesitant.
Essay Topic 3
Describe how Will Jennings is acquainted with the president of the cell phone company, Harley Ferris. Then explain Ferris's role in the book and if he is ever successful in helping Will locate Abby.
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