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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. Where is the house where Keith, Lindsay, and Paige will be staying while they work out their next step?
2. How does Touche get to the country club while Aidan is taking a nap?
3. What is the problem with Indian Point as a target?
4. How does Aidan set out to find more information about Paige Roderick?
5. What is Indian Point?
Short Essay Questions
1. List three details about the house where Paige, Lindsay, and Keith are staying.
2. How did Derrick Franklin create his blogging business and what does it mean for Aidan?
3. Describe the hotel where Aidan stays when he's looking for Paige.
4. What is the typical reaction when Paige is too quiet for a long period and what did her brother say about her ability to do this?
5. Describe the grief Paige and her parents are enduring after Bobby's death and why Paige remains with her parents rather than returning to her job.
6. How do Paige and Keith get the explosives they need for the bomb?
7. How and why do Aidan and Cressida meet?
8. List three things Brendan says about the time he'd spent on the island with Paige?
9. Who is Kimbell LeRoux?
10. What does Aidan say in the message he leaves his mother when he's on the ferry headed to Connecticut?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe Paige's background, focusing on how and why she became involved with the movement.
Essay Topic 2
The story is not presented in chronological order. Explain the chronology of the story beginning with the earliest event of the story. Why does the author present the story in this manner? Is it effective?
Essay Topic 3
Describe the relationship between Aidan and Touche. How does it begin? How and why does it change? Why does Aidan like spending time with Julian initially? What does Aidan come to realize about their relationship?
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