Hideaway Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. Where did Vassago find an open window?

2. What was Steven Honell reading?

3. For what reason could Honell not see?

4. What did Regina remind God of?

5. Who had scathingly insulted Lindsey?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Jeremy introduce himself to Hatch?

2. After Hatch tries to warn Honell, he gets a vision of the killer already with the author of the scathing article. What does he do about it?

3. Why does Vassago hurt Loffman anyway?

4. When Jeremy grabs Regina, he doesn't leave right away. Why not? How does he subdue her?

5. What action does Vassago feel will bring him closer to Lindsey?

6. Dr. Nyebern broods about Jeremy but Kari tells him he can't blame himself. What is he brooding about and why does Kari believe he is blameless?

7. How does Jeremy get Lindsey's address finally?

8. What does Hatch see that sets off a rage, releasing Vassago?

9. What does Hatch see and dismiss that he shouldn't have?

10. What are Regina's first impressions when Hatch and Lindsey take her home?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

How did Regina portray herself while the Harrisons were considering adopting her, and why did she doe this? Is this a normal reaction for someone in her position? Why or why not? Do you think her behavior is understandable?

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the character of Lindsey. How does she prove herself to be a dynamic character throughout the novel? In what ways does she go through a radical change, and how does it affect the readers perception of the character?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss Hatch and Lindsey's desire to put back together their family following Hatch's resuscitation. Do you think this is a normal response to the idea of death? How or why not? What elements compose this desire, and what is the motivation behind it?

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