1. What point of view is used in the prologue of the novel?
(a) First person.
(b) Limited omniscient.
(c) Third person.
(d) Second person.
2. What is the author describing in the prologue?
(a) The bowling alley where Striker works.
(b) Irma's small apartment.
(c) Wanda's small YMCA room.
(d) Margaret's sleeping house.
3. What item does the author suggest you might pick up off a desk in the prologue?
(a) A letter.
(b) A pen.
(c) A figurine.
(d) A flash drive.
4. Who is weeping in the prologue?
5. What does the author suggest you do at the end of the prologue?
(a) Wake Margaret up.
(b) Warn Irma of danger.
(c) Reassure Wanda that hope is coming.
(d) Come back another time.
6. What is the point of view used in chapter 1 of part 1?
(a) Third person.
(b) First person.
(c) Second person.
(d) Limited omniscient.
7. Who is diagnosed with a dire health ailment in chapter 1?
(b) Wanda Schultz.
(c) Irma Kominsky.
(d) Margaret Hughes.
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