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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. What does Ever announce to Haven and Miles?
(a) That she is quitting school.
(b) That she and Damen broke up and he's gone.
(c) That she and her aunt are going to Europe.
(d) That she is moving go to college in New England.
2. For how long does Drina say she has been married?
(a) Five years.
(b) Several decades.
(c) She says she is not married.
3. What is the symbolic meaning of white roses?
(a) A heart that is waiting for love.
(b) A heart that will never know love.
(c) A pure heart.
(d) A heart that knows no love.
4. What is the meadow called in which Ever finds herself?
5. What does Ever pretend for Sabine's sake?
(a) That she is happy.
(b) That she is over being in a funk.
(c) To be sober.
(d) That she would never drink again.
Short Answer Questions
1. With what were Haven's dreams filled?
2. Why is Ever not expelled from school?
3. What does Damen reveal about the tattoo on Haven?
4. What does Ava say Riley does as she is crossing over?
5. What does Riley say Ava may have?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Ever sense in her room that night and what does she dream?
2. What does Ever find in one room of Damen's house that totally mystifies her?
3. What is different about Damen's house when he takes her there and what photo does Damen have?
4. What happens as a result of Stacia sending a picture to the school office?
5. What does Ava teach Ever and what does Ever refuse to learn?
6. What does Ever pretend in front of Sabine, and then do after Sabine leaves the house?
7. Who does Ever try to call after Damen leaves, and what is the result?
8. Who does Ever encounter with a purple aura and what do they say to each other?
9. How does Ever release Riley and what is Riley's response?
10. What does Ever say about she and Damen and where do Miles and Haven invite her?
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