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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. How many bullets have been discharged?
2. What does Lisa want to do?
3. How many bodies are discovered in the six occupied rooms in the Candleglow Inn?
4. What gives Lisa's story credibility?
5. What change does it witness?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Tal starts to speak in the market, what happens?
2. In what way do Jennifer and Lisa see the town differently as they arrive?
3. What facts does Bryce slowly reveal that prove Fletcher is lying?
4. What message do they find at Candleglow Inn and what horrifies them as they are leaving?
5. What indicators prompt Jake to wait outside Gilmartin's Market for the Sheriff before entering?
6. What has become of Fletcher Kale?
7. Where do they discover the housekeeper, Hilda, and what is odd about her?
8. What conditions do Lisa and Jennifer discover in the house next door that are odd and out of place?
9. How is Lisa's analysis of the creatures' intelligence reinforced and when?
10. What personal details does Jenny share with Bryce?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What does Flyte tell the Ancient Enemy when it insists that human beings are merely cattle to it? How does Flyte explain the level of intelligence the creature has managed to evolve with? Why does that anger the Ancient Enemy? What attributes other than intelligence has the Ancient Enemy inadvertently absorbed along with the many people it has consumed to survive? Why is this significant now? What effect does it have on the creature?
Essay Topic 2
What is consistent about most of the bodies that are found in Snowfield? How do they defy any normal logic that as a doctor, Jennifer might apply? What is immediately noticeable about most of these bodies? Which ones are different in condition in the town and where are they found? How are those three people killed? Why is it likely that the Liebermann's bodies are never found? How is that consistent with the rest of the missing townspeople?
Essay Topic 3
What does the Ancient Enemy request of Kale and Terr when it realizes that it is dying? How has it represented itself to them, and what lofty position do they believe they hold with it? How do they think this effects them overall? What tasks are they given before it leaves? Where do they attempt to carry out these special tasks, and what is the outcome? What promise did the creature make that is quickly revealed as hogwash? What kills Terr, and what is the final killer for Kale?
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