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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 role is the suspect assuming?
2. Who is the county Sheriff?
3. Who's body is the first to be examined by Bryce Hammond?
4. What is the next home Jenny takes Lisa to?
5. What memory does this provoke in Lisa?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Bryce decide that the group should split up on the way to the Oxley residence?
2. Where do they discover the housekeeper, Hilda, and what is odd about her?
3. What is so disturbing and fearful for young deputy Gordy Brogan?
4. What is Lisa's analysis of the creature that attacks Stu Wargle?
5. Where do Jennifer and Lisa go next and why?
6. When Tal starts to speak in the market, what happens?
7. What is different about the condition of the bodies in the bakery as opposed to everywhere else in town?
8. Under what conditions is Jennifer bringing her sister Lisa home to Snowfield?
9. What abilities are revealed by the creature to the fox hunting in the surrounding woods?
10. What is odd about the condition of Paul Henderson and his surroundings?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What are the crimes Fletcher Kale has committed? Why did he commit them? What does he realize on his way to the courthouse, and how does that affect his behavior? What drastic action does he take at this stage to regain his freedom? What information does he learn that leads him to the perfect hideout? What earlier ties does he have to this property? After arriving, what does he discover that leads him to believe his life has a purpose and ironically would have made his other crimes unnecessary had he discovered this first?
Essay Topic 2
Who is Sara Yamaguchi and what are her credentials? What report does she deliver to Bryce and Jennifer after conducting a cursory autopsy of one of the bodies? What answers does this provide them? What does she determine the cause of death of most of the victims is? What other anomaly does she discover and what analogy does she draw to help them understand what she is telling them? What worries her as she is giving her report and what discoveries are made as a result?
Essay Topic 3
What names does the Ancient Enemy give itself? How does it communicate these names to the group? How does the Ancient Enemy view itself, and what is the direct conflict this creates with its opinion of God and religion in general? What does the Ancient Enemy tell Bryce about his family, and how is it likely to have obtained this personal information about him? Who is the group is deeply affected by the religious connotations involved?
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