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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 is done to its victim?
2. How many bullets have been discharged?
3. Who is attacked in the street?
4. What other building has a similar oddity?
5. What mistake does Fletcher make?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what way do Jennifer and Lisa see the town differently as they arrive?
2. What happens before the sisters leave the Oxley residence that scares and relieves Jenny at the same time?
3. Under what conditions is Jennifer bringing her sister Lisa home to Snowfield?
4. What does the suspect, Fletcher Kale presume during his interrogation, and why?
5. Why does Talber Whitman worry about his friend Bryce during this interrogation?
6. Bryce decides not to risk anyone else and goes back to the police station where the phone is now working. Who does he call and why?
7. What is Lisa's analysis of the creature that attacks Stu Wargle?
8. When Tal starts to speak in the market, what happens?
9. What has become of Fletcher Kale?
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
Who is Dr. Timothy Flyte? What is his significance to this story? What information does he have to contribute? How does he help to identify the entity responsible for the situation in Snowfield? What history does he provide about this entity and how far back in time does the existence of this entity go? What other mass disappearances are likely attributed to it:? What surprises does Flyte get when he learns about the entity first hand from those in Snowfield?
Essay Topic 2
What is unusual about the town of Snowfield when Jennifer and Lisa arrive? How do both girls perceive the town differently at first? What are the first things that Jennifer notices as she is driving home versus the first impressions that Lisa has of her new home? Where does Jennifer discover her housekeeper, Hilda? How is this traumatic for Lisa and why is it significant to her? What memory overlaps her observations at first?
Essay Topic 3
Who is the first of this group to be taken, and what seems to be the reason? In a search of the buildings leading to the Inn, what significant discoveries are made? How are they significant? What do these discoveries all have in common? What unexplainable phenomena is discovered during the search? Who is the second person taken and where is he taken from? What observation does Lisa make about this and how does this event change the way the group behaves?
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