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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. How does Blair plan to capture one of the vampires?
2. What does Niall tell Larkin after Blair is able to beat him in combat?
3. What does Cian say after seeing the cloak when Glenna says that it should keep him from going up into flames?
4. What does Blair say about coming to Geall?
5. What shocks Blair and Glenna when they arrive in Geall?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Blair and the others find when they go out looking for the vampires?
2. Describe the scene when Moira goes to Cian's room.
3. Describe the flight that Larkin and Blair take.
4. What happens when the group reaches the castle?
5. Describe the scene when the demonstration first begins at sunset.
6. Describe the scene where Riddock meets with the six members of the circle?
7. Describe the conversation that Moira and Blair have at the end of chapter eleven when they are taking supplies to the circle.
8. Describe the scene where Blair is waiting in the woods for the vampires.
9. Describe the journey to the Dance.
10. Describe the scene when Blair comes to Larkin's room with a bottle of whiskey.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
1) Is the fact that these six have become friends so quickly important to know in the story?
2) Speculate on the way the story would have been different if the six had been unable to form bonds?
3) Could the six have worked together and been enemies or antagonists to each other? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
1) The dragon is a symbol of Geall, it is the creature that Larkin often changes into and it is the symbol that Larkin puts in the betrothal ring he gives to Blair. Do you feel that the dragon is a fitting symbol? Why?
2) What other symbols could have been used?
3) What other symbols did you find in the story that you feel had significance?
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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