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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 is Harper Cole's profession?
2. What is Harper's explanation of "lurking"?
3. What is the name of the woman murdered in Michigan?
4. Who was killed in Minneapolis almost a year prior to Harper's conversation with the FBI?
5. What pact do Harper and Miles make?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens at home with Patrick and Erin when Harper returns? Why?
2. What do Harper and Miles agree to in Dr. Lenz's office? Why?
3. How does Harper feel about having a child with Drewe? What assumption does the author provide for his feelings?
4. What information does the author give the reader about the EROS system? What role does it play in the story?
5. Why does Harper ask Drewe about the pineal gland? What does she tell him?
6. How does Harper feel about Miles? What does he ask Dr. Lenz?
7. According to Harper, what is a "thread"? What does "lurking" mean? What does he help the FBI understand about EROS?
8. What does Drewe insist Miles and Harper do, now that they know what the killer is doing? What will she do in return?
9. How does Harper discover that the killer has access to multiple accounts and passwords? How did the killer gain access to them?
10. What makes Harper realize there is a connection between Karin Wheat's murder and other EROS members?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Based on the information the author provides in the story, what are the killer's motives? Do these motives, or the killer himself, change throughout the story? Why or why not? Use information from the book to support your answer.
Essay Topic 2
What insight does the exchange between Kali, Panikkar, and Bhagat give the reader into the killer, the murders, and the killer's accomplices?
Essay Topic 3
What do the glimpses into Harper's and Miles' childhoods provide the reader? Why is this important?
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