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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 bothers Jennifer?
2. What gang surrounds Fletcher Kale at Jake's?
3. Why do Copperfield's men go into the sewer line?
4. What is left of the guard outside of the Inn?
5. What eventually happens to the sample?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the creature unable to use and how is that brought to the survivor's attention?
2. How does the creature reveal its range of knowledge and intelligence?
3. What happens after the helicopter drops the Biosan-4 and they spray the first representation that the A.E. sends them?
4. What brainstorm does Sara have that she is afraid to voice out loud, but that the others sense hope in?
5. What does Fletcher Kale finally realize as he is being taken down to court?
6. What is the situation at the Bischoff house, and how do Bryce and Jenny react?
7. What does scientist Sara Yamaguchi report to Bryce and Jenny after their investigation?
8. What lesson does the entity feel compelled to re-administer after Copperfield and his team arrive?
9. What does Copperfield's approach to the whole situation cost him?
10. Who does the creature promise to spare, and why?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is consistent about most of the bodies that are found in Snowfield? How do they defy any normal logic that as a doctor, Jennifer might apply? What is immediately noticeable about most of these bodies? Which ones are different in condition in the town and where are they found? How are those three people killed? Why is it likely that the Liebermann's bodies are never found? How is that consistent with the rest of the missing townspeople?
Essay Topic 2
What does Flyte tell the Ancient Enemy when it insists that human beings are merely cattle to it? How does Flyte explain the level of intelligence the creature has managed to evolve with? Why does that anger the Ancient Enemy? What attributes other than intelligence has the Ancient Enemy inadvertently absorbed along with the many people it has consumed to survive? Why is this significant now? What effect does it have on the creature?
Essay Topic 3
What does the Ancient Enemy request of Kale and Terr when it realizes that it is dying? How has it represented itself to them, and what lofty position do they believe they hold with it? How do they think this effects them overall? What tasks are they given before it leaves? Where do they attempt to carry out these special tasks, and what is the outcome? What promise did the creature make that is quickly revealed as hogwash? What kills Terr, and what is the final killer for Kale?
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