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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 happens about Damen at lunch when Ever was cool to him earlier?
2. What does Damen call and ask Ever?
3. About what do Miles, Haven and Ever argue?
4. What color is Haven's hair at lunch that day?
5. What does Miles say hinders the ability of guys to see that Ever is drop-dead gorgeous?
Short Essay Questions
1. About what do Miles and Haven argue?
2. What is the situation about the note Damen asks Ever to pass to Stacia?
3. Describe a communication between Ever and Riley.
4. What is Ever's abilities concerning auras, and why is that relevant to Ever's encounter with Damen?
5. Describe the conversation between Ever and Riley when ever is picking out a sweatshirt.
6. What does Miles ask Ever when she picks him up for school and how does Ever feel towards Damen?
7. What does Ever notice about Haven at lunchtime, and what does Haven say about Damen?
8. What does Damen do outside the restaurant that amazes Ever and how does that distract Ever from knowing something about Drina?
9. Why does Ever Bloom listen to an Ipod constantly, and how does she hide that fact?
10. What conversation does Ever and Haven have at lunch about Damen?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Drina is using Haven to get close to Ever, a fact that becomes clear soon. Haven is exactly the kind of person who would fall into this trap. Haven goes to all kinds of addictive-behavior meetings. She attends meetings aimed at helping co-dependents and others, but not because she has those behaviors. Haven is actually desperate for acceptance and seems to find it in those meetings. Drina only has to pay Haven a little attention to have her full-fledged loyalty. Ever knows quite a bit about Haven's family, including that his father is not involved in business when he's away on trips and that her mother is having an affair with her personal trainer. The result is that Haven is often left alone. Later in the book, Haven is very ill but neither of her parents come home to take care of her.
1. Discuss why going to the meetings Haven goes to might actually be a pretty smart solution for a teenager in Haven's position. Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
2. Discuss ways in which you think a bad marriage between parents affect children. Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
3. Do you think Haven's parents not taking care of her when she was very ill is a form of child abuse? Why or why not? Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
Essay Topic 2
Sabine isn't married and Ever knows she's lonely, but doesn't know why. She explains that her psychic powers are such that she can tell what has happened to a person, but not necessarily why. She says she isn't certain if Sabine isn't married because she hasn't met the right guy or because she works so much she hasn't had time to try to develop a relationship but knows that having a teenage niece in the house probably isn't a positive point in Sabine's life.
Ever doesn't have to study. Answers and information come to her through her psychic abilities. When Damen returns her copy of Wuthering Heights, Ever tells him he can keep it because she already knows how it ends. Damen says he already knows as well but doesn't elaborate.
1. Do you think that Sabine being lonely is her own fault and she should do something about it? Why or why not? Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
2. Do you think that love and marriage is more important than work? Explain why or why not in depth. Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
3. Do you think Ever is cheating when she uses her abilities to excel in school? Why or why not? Use examples from your own life and the book to support your reasoning.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the following:
1. What do you think are the characteristics of a successful novel?
2. Analyze and discuss "Evermore: The Immortals" based upon the criteria you decide upon in #1 and judge if it is a successful novel.
3. Do you think the criteria for a successful novel should be different if it is written for adults versus young adults? Why or why not? Would most adults consider "Evermore: The Immortals" a successful novel? What about young teens?
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