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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. What does Blair say about frustration?
2. What does Larkin explain when Blair says that she thought he was mad at her?
3. What does Larkin change into to get him and Blair out of danger?
4. What does Blair NOT pack in as they get ready to leave the house?
5. What dose Larkin say when Blair points out that most of them might die if they go in for a daylight attack on the caves again?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Larkin described?
2. What do Blair and Larkin discuss about tattoos?
3. Describe the relationship that Blair has with her father as she describes it.
4. What does the group discuss when Blair tells them about her meeting with Morrigan and the news that they will be going to Geall in just a week.
5. Describe Larkin's flight home in Chapter 8.
6. What does Larkin tell Blair when she tells him that he doesn't know her?
7. Describe the scene when Larkin first comes upon the mother and her son in the woods.
8. Explain the argument that Blair has with Larkin about the humans alive in Lilith's caves.
9. What does Blair suggest that they do in the beginning of Chapter 2?
10. Describe the dawn after the first battle as the old men tells it in the prologue.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
1) Speculate on the reasons that Davey was changed into a vampire.
2) Do you think that Lilith minds that Lora's face is badly scared after she showed such vanity at getting the mirror from her sorcerer?
3) When talking about vampire children Blair said she thought they were much more creepy. Do you agree? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
1) Describe Blair's personality.
2) Was it necessary to see how badly both her father and Jeremy had hurt her in the way it was shown? Why or why not?
3) Speculate on what it did to Blair to see Jeremy killed.
Essay Topic 3
1) Was the creation of Geall necessary in the story? Why or why not?
2) How would the story have changed if the only world to consider was the real world?
3) Does a fantasy world make a book more enjoyable? Explain.
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