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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. Whose phone number is found on a note in the murder victim's shoe?
2. What life or death question does Reacher ask Finlay at the beginning of Chapter 12?
3. What is the name of the band at the bar where Roscoe and Reacher go?
4. Who pushes Reacher out of the bathroom?
5. What is Hubble's wife's name?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were the intruders planning who came to Roscoe's home Monday night?
2. In Chapter 11, what does Reacher realize about the attack in the bathroom at the prison?
3. Why don't Reacher and Roscoe drive home from Alabama on Monday night?
4. What does Charlie want Reacher to do?
5. Why won't a murder charge hold up against Paul Hubble?
6. Why does Reacher drive to the Atlanta airport?
7. How does Reacher learn that he and Hubble are not on the holding floor?
8. Why does Reacher believe that Spivey has arranged to have him killed?
9. Why does Stoller's girlfriend, Judy, assume that Stoller is dead when Reacher and Roscoe come to the condominium?
10. How does Reacher describe his relationship with his brother?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In Chapter 21, Reacher says that pressure can turn coal into diamonds and that pressure was doing things to him. Using examples from the novel, explain how Reacher reacts to pressure and how pressure influences his actions.
Essay Topic 2
Before killing the Kliner kid at the Hubble's place, Reacher says that according to books and movies, he should have fought him nobly. Using examples from the novel, argue whether Reacher ever fought nobly, man-to-man.
Essay Topic 3
At various points in the novel, the author uses suspense to lead to a big event or dramatic moment. Compare how the author uses suspense throughout the novel in the different conflicts and problems that the characters face.
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