Prologue and Chapters 1-2
1. What is the point of view of the prologue of this novel?
(a) Third person omniscient.
(b) Authorial voice.
(c) Third person limited.
(d) First person.
2. What is the point of view used in the majority of this novel?
(a) Authoria voice.
(b) First person.
(c) Third person omniscient.
(d) Third person limited.
3. What is the question the unnamed narrator asks as he begins the prologue?
(a) How do you begin a story?
(b) Does a story begin with tragedy?
(c) What is the definition of beginning?
(d) Where does a story begin?
4. What is causing the unnamed narrator to have trouble sleeping in the prologue?
(a) Thoughts of fate.
(b) Thoughts of deceased family members.
(c) His wife's snoring.
(d) A bad back.
5. What does the unnamed narrator say this story is about in the prologue?
(a) Murder and intrigue.
(b) Love and forgiveness.
(c) Lies and deciet.
(d) Love and loneliness.
6. What does the unnamed narrator say was the center of Missy and Miles' life?
(a) Their jobs.
(b) Their family.
(c) Their son.
(d) Their friends.
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