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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. Where is Stu's body kept?
2. What insight does Lisa voice?
3. Who attacks Lisa in the bathroom?
4. What do they find in the liquor store that can't be explained?
5. What happens before the girls leave?
Short Essay Questions
1. What personal details does Jenny share with Bryce?
2. Why does Bryce decide that the group should split up on the way to the Oxley residence?
3. What misconception has Jenny had for a very long time that Lisa calls into question?
4. What indicators prompt Jake to wait outside Gilmartin's Market for the Sheriff before entering?
5. Why does Deputy Paul Henderson suffer from boredom and how does that change?
6. Who goes to see Dr. Timothy Flyte and why?
7. In what way do Jennifer and Lisa see the town differently as they arrive?
8. What has become of Fletcher Kale?
9. What circumstances disturb Jenny about their findings at Tom and Karen Oxley's home?
10. What abilities are revealed by the creature to the fox hunting in the surrounding woods?
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
What does Sara ask her base to send her? How does she explain the need for further items, and what is the Ancient Enemy's response to her request and her stall for more time? What is the purpose of the chemical that Sara has requested? What is it called and what was its original purpose? Why did it take so long to get the patent for this discovery and why is it unique? What door did this open for future scientific developments?
Essay Topic 3
When Jennifer is finally able to place a telephone call, where is it from? Who does she call? How is her call received, and why is her state of mind brought into question? Why is her career and reputation important to how her information is processed? What is the response to her call, and how quickly is it launched? What does Jennifer insist she and Lisa do and what would Lisa's preference be instead? What is the reason for the stand Jennifer takes on this issue?
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