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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who did Blake enlist to do the job of burning down Hoppers?
(a) Dan Draper.
(b) Jess Munton.
2. In Chapter 4, Blake reads about a fisherman catching a barbel in what river?
(a) The River Clurge.
(b) The River Wilshire.
(c) The River London.
(d) The River Wright.
3. Blake remembers asking Beth once if she thought he looked like who in Chapter 6?
(a) Sean Connery.
(b) Tom Cruise.
(c) Charlie Chaplin.
(d) Clint Eastwood.
4. What is Blake's full name?
(a) Forest Blake.
(b) Vernon Blake.
(c) Nathan Blake.
(d) Royston Blake.
5. How old was Blake's wife when she died?
Short Answer Questions
1. On whom does Blake demonstrate how he head-butts an opponent in Chapter 1?
2. What does Blake give Nathan to keep him quiet in Chapter 5?
3. In Blake's dream in the beginning of Chapter 6, Beth is berating him because what has to be replaced?
4. Why did Blake call his wife on the night that Hoppers burned down?
5. What does Blake smash Baz in the face with in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Blake do and discover upon returning from the gym in Chapter 6?
2. What does Nathan demand when Blake returns to the Paul Pry in Chapter 5?
3. What happens when Blake and the Muntons enter Fenton's office in Chapter 10?
4. Who has a knife to Blake when the action returns to the present in Chapter 6? Where does he say to go?
5. What does Blake dream in the beginning of Chapter 6? Who awakens him?
6. What does Lee Munton solicit Blake's help for in Chapter 6? How does he coerce Blake?
7. What leads up to Blake's injuring Leggsy in the bar in Chapter 1?
8. What flashback is used in Chapter 4? What is described?
9. What is described in the news article which opens the book? To whose point of view does the narrative switch after the article?
10. What possibilities does Blake consider for the body's disappearance in Chapter 9?
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