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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. Why don't they call for help?
2. What does Bryce hear on the phone?
3. What does Jennifer speculate may be the cause of death at first?
4. What building do Jenny and Lisa attempt to enter next?
5. Where is the couple found?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is so disturbing and fearful for young deputy Gordy Brogan?
2. What facts does Bryce slowly reveal that prove Fletcher is lying?
3. What does Lisa want to do and why does Jennifer disagree?
4. Why does Bryce decide that the group should split up on the way to the Oxley residence?
5. What does the suspect, Fletcher Kale presume during his interrogation, and why?
6. What is Lisa's analysis of the creature that attacks Stu Wargle?
7. What message do they find at Candleglow Inn and what horrifies them as they are leaving?
8. Under what conditions is Jennifer bringing her sister Lisa home to Snowfield?
9. What is the first thing that Bryce Hammond rules out?
10. How is Lisa's analysis of the creatures' intelligence reinforced and when?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Who is Bryce Hammond? What is his significance to this story? How can his overall character be described? Who is his right hand man and what characteristics do they share? When Bryce is able to make a telephone call, what does he immediately request in the way of supplies, and what kind of manpower does he want to add? What team is called to assist them and who is in charge of this team? What is it's overall purpose and responsibility?
Essay Topic 2
Of the handful of guests checked into the Inn, what is consistent with what the group finds when it investigates? What message is found on the mirror in one of the bathrooms? How is it important to the story overall? How does this message lead them to crucial answers to the question of what has happened in Snowfield? Who has those answers? What effect does this information have on his career and reputation before now?
Essay Topic 3
Who in the group realizes that his occupation has squandered the gifts he was given? To what gifts is he referring? What promise does he make to himself and to God if he survives the ordeal in Snowfield? What happens that makes him believe he is being given a second chance? In reality, what is the source of this vision? What happens when he approaches, despite warnings not to from everyone else? Why is it likely that his death is so graphic and disturbing?
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