|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Pierce remember seeing the phrase "Language is more than speech?"
(a) On a matchbox.
(b) In a magazine.
(c) On a poster in his and Isabella's foyer.
(d) In a newspaper.
2. Where is Pierce seen on the same day a victim disappears when he is supposed to be in Rome?
(a) Frankfurt, Germany.
(b) San Francisco, California.
(c) London, England.
(d) Boston, Massachusetts.
3. What is Nana cooking in the kitchen when Pierce returns to the Cross house in Chapter 99?
(a) Bread, roast chicken, and sweet potatoes.
(b) Rice and ham.
(c) Soup and bread.
4. Where does Soneji's recurring nightmare take place?
(a) On his grandfather's farm.
(b) Underground in the train station.
(c) His elementary school.
(d) At his stepmother's house.
5. Who picks up Christine Johnson at her apartment in Chapter 97?
(b) The FBI.
(d) The CIA.
Short Answer Questions
1. What occupation does Pierce's father have?
2. Where does Cross go in Chapter 112?
3. Mr. Smith is disguised as what when he attacks Sante?
4. Where does Mr. Smith tell Pierce and Greenberg they can find Sante?
5. What does Cross ask Christine to do at the end of the novel?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Pierce looking for Soneji's partner?
2. What do Pierce and Sampson discover on Walter Murphy's farm?
3. Describe Sondra Greenberg.
4. What does Pierce remember about the unusual detail in his Cambridge foyer on the night Isabella is murdered?
5. What does Christine like about Laura Dixon's first grade students?
6. Does Mr. Smith seem to know a lot about Abel Sante?
7. What is the first clue Pierce leaves after he has killed Isabella?
8. Why do Sampson and Pierce travel to Princeton, NJ?
9. What does Sondra Greenberg think about Pierce?
10. How does Cross try to live his life differently after the Mr. Smith case is closed?
This section contains 656 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)