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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 did Evie write in her Spanish homework?
2. What did Evie tell Lend she liked?
3. Why did Evie wish that she could be a part of normal drama?
4. What had been Charlotte's life's passion before infection?
5. What did Raquel want to know about Lend?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why had Evie messed up in her summons of Reth?
2. Why was learning that she had a classification so stressful for Evie?
3. How did Lend react to Evie blaming herself for Lend being electrocuted a second time?
4. How is it that Faeries aren't evil?
5. What did Reth reveal to Evie about the poem?
6. Why didn't Evie tell the truth about how she knew that the paranormal wasn't actually Raquel?
7. What did Evie expect when she asked if the IPCA would put a tracking anklet on her? What was Evie's response to this?
8. What did Raquel fail to understand?
9. What was the difference in immortals and corrupted mortals' faces?
10. What did Reth say that he was doing to Evie?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss Evie's prejudice against vampires. What specifically doesn't she like about them? How does she change towards the end of the novel, and what do you think leads to this change? How does she begin to censure her thought patterns regarding the vampires and thereby change her perspective?
Essay Topic 2
Although this novel's audience is teenagers, discuss whether or not this novel would be suitable for all ages. What aspects might not pass through to older generations? Explain what the ideal audience would be for this novel.
Essay Topic 3
Evie feels pity for Vivian having been raised by faeries. Why would she? Explain how being raised by faeries would be difficult, and how it might affect the psychological upbringing of a child.
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