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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. What important information does Karen learn about Hickey's motive for the kidnapping?
2. When Will finally takes off what does the FBI warn Will about?
3. What conclusion does Will come up with over and over again as his last resort to help his family?
4. How much money does Will try to give to Cheryl in a last attempt to receive her help?
5. What does Huey leave behind in the cabin?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Margaret McDill's attitude and James McDill's attitude while in the Jackson Police Department, in Chapter 11.
2. In Chapter 12, why does Karen feel the need to warn Will?
3. In Chapter 17, Special Agent Chalmers explains to Will that the FBI is doing what in order to locate Abby?
4. Explain the situation which connects Will and Hickey, as depicted in Chapter 12.
5. Describe what Hickey's plans involve after the kidnapping, as described in Chapter 15.
6. The McDill's recognize whose mugshot in Chapter 12? What does this information prove?
7. In Chapter 11, explain how Cheryl tries to relax Will.
8. What role does Harley Farris play in Chapter 15 after the cell phone signal is still not located?
9. In the beginning of Chapter 17, what information about Abby's health makes the reader even more concerned?
10. In Chapter 16, describe how Hickey finds out that the FBI have been contacted.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Explain why the Jennings family is targeted by Hickey. Is this different from the other kidnappings that Hickey has performed in the past? Why is this information about the kidnapping significant regarding Abby's safety?
Essay Topic 2
Describe what the term external conflict means and how external conflict was important to the book.
Essay Topic 3
Explain how Chery Lynn Tilly and Huey Cotton are connected to Joe Hickey. Also, describe how Hickey influenced Cheryl's past career decisions.
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