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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Lanik is in his prison cell in Mueller, who comes to visit him?
2. Why does Lanik eventually prepare to leave the desert people?
(a) Lanik realizes he is not growing as a person.
(b) Lanik misses Saranna.
(c) Lanik is afraid of his new-found powers.
(d) Lanik realizes he must return to help his father.
3. What is the name of the land in which the inhabitants live high in the trees?
(a) Ku Kuei.
4. What does Lanik realize as he watches the people who make their home in the desert?
(a) They never need to eat or drink.
(b) They convert the desert sand into food.
(c) They hide in their homes from the sun.
(d) They have secret stores of water.
5. How does the Family first receive regenerative powers?
(a) Through a prophesied message.
(b) Through a special food.
(c) Through genetic engineering experiments.
(d) Through a witch's spell.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the slavers describe Lanik's appearance after Lanik has been aboard the slave ship for a little while?
2. Which wife of Mueller is Lanik's mother?
3. Where does Lanik leave the slave ship?
4. After he reaches the ground, what leaks out of Lanik and falls on the ground?
5. After Lanik slips into the castle in Mueller, what does Lanik cause to happen?
Short Essay Questions
1. What makes Nkumai so frightening to Lanik?
2. What does Lanik figure out while he is being held below deck on the slave ship?
3. Describe Dinte's character.
4. How are people in Nkumai known?
5. What is unique about a radical regenerative?
6. What does Father ask Lanik to discover as part of his new role?
7. What does Mowa reveal about herself just before Lanik escapes?
8. Why does Lanik not sever his thumbs in order to escape the cruel bonds?
9. How does Lanik escape from his prison high in the trees?
10. Why do the captain and crew eventually beg Lanik for mercy?
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