Chapters 1 & 2
1. Why does Ellie say summer storms are the wildest?
(a) Because they're usually unexpected.
(b) Because Ellie and her friends are outdoors.
(c) Because they usually include thunder.
(d) Because there is often hail.
2. What does Ellie say she felt about storms prior to the war?
(a) That there was nothing really scary about them.
(b) That they were the scariest thing she'd experienced.
(c) That they made more work.
(d) That they were exciting.
3. What does Ellie say about the Bible's description of Hell?
(a) That it's not a real place.
(b) That it's a place of heat and fire.
(c) That no one wants to go there.
(d) That it's a place of lava and brimstone.
4. What does Ellie say about the temperature when a summer storm hits in Hell?
(a) That it very seldom changes.
(b) That it can fall to zero in a few hours.
(c) That it can fall fifteen degrees in half an hour.
(d) That it becomes hotter like a sauna.
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