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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 16 - 20.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Jen confident the Government will not find out about her online chat room?
(a) Her parents have paid off the Government.
(b) She knows they really don't care to monitor stuff like that.
(c) She has it disguised as a local school's chatroom.
(d) She set it up herself and only shadow children know the password.
2. What makes Luke decide he must act now if he wants to sneak over to the third child's house?
(a) His parents are thinking about locking him in his room all day.
(b) Cops are beginning to scrutinize the area.
(c) Lots of the trees are being cut down.
(d) The trees are beginning to lose their leaves.
3. What is Jen shocked to hear that Luke and his family eat, that even her family can't eat?
4. What does the Government spend a great deal of money trying to convince people?
(a) That their whole family will be killed if a third child is found.
(b) That they can monitor television and computer screens.
(c) That they have people patrolling to see houses with window shades down all the time.
(d) That having a third child means you're a bad citizen.
5. What does Luke do at supper the night after he meets Jen?
(a) He hums quietly to himself.
(b) He tells his family all about Jen.
(c) He decides to eat in his room.
(d) Tunes out his family's conversation while he eats.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old was Jen when she began using her family's computer?
2. What are the names of Jen's chat room friends that Luke is introduced to in Chapter 18?
3. Luke begins watching the house where he saw the child's face constantly, on which day of his vigil does he see the blinds flip up and down quickly in an upstairs window?
4. In Chapter 5, what does the letter from the Government tell Luke's father to get rid of?
5. Why does the girl who pinned Luke down after entering her house let him go?
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