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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. When does Flyte think the creature originates from?
2. What do they see?
3. What is different about the priest's body compared to all the others?
4. How does it arrive?
5. What does Fletcher use to kill the deputy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Copperfield's men discover in the sewer system as they are running power cables?
2. What does Copperfield's approach to the whole situation cost him?
3. What does science reveal about the victims and about the creature's use of them?
4. Why is Gordy so disturbed when he and Frank go into Our Lady of the Mountains Church?
5. When Flyte suggests that the Ancient Enemy could be the creature that the bible refers to as Satan, Frank disagrees, insisting that he doesn't believe in spooks. What are the consequences of this comment?
6. What does Fletcher Kale finally realize as he is being taken down to court?
7. How does word of the situation in Snowfield leak despite Hammond's best efforts to stop it?
8. What does Flyte share with the six remaining survivors when he gets to Snowfield?
9. Why are Bryce and Jenny discouraged when Copperfield arrives?
10. How does the creature reveal its range of knowledge and intelligence?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What exactly is the Ancient Enemy? What reason does it have for its behavior? How does it view the human race? Why is it likely that it feels superior to the human race? How does it view Timothy Flyte in the beginning and why? What offer does it make to Timothy Flyte and how does it communicate this offer directly to him? Why is it important to the Ancient Enemy that Flyte be present and what does the entity hope to gain from his presence?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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