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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 do Frank and Gordy discover in the Sheffield house?
2. What do Bryce and Jenny find?
3. Where do the survivors go?
4. How does Gordy think the bullets got there?
5. How much of an advance did Sandler give to Flyte against future royalties?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the situation at the Bischoff house, and how do Bryce and Jenny react?
2. What is so unusual about the conditions at the Sheffield home that Frank and Gordy ask Bryce to come and look?
3. What lesson does the entity feel compelled to re-administer after Copperfield and his team arrive?
4. How does the creature reveal its range of knowledge and intelligence?
5. What does scientist Sara Yamaguchi report to Bryce and Jenny after their investigation?
6. What is the creature unable to use and how is that brought to the survivor's attention?
7. What does Flyte share with the six remaining survivors when he gets to Snowfield?
8. 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?
9. How does the creature manage to get to Gordy on a personal level?
10. What happens after the helicopter drops the Biosan-4 and they spray the first representation that the A.E. sends them?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What names does the Ancient Enemy give itself? How does it communicate these names to the group? How does the Ancient Enemy view itself, and what is the direct conflict this creates with its opinion of God and religion in general? What does the Ancient Enemy tell Bryce about his family, and how is it likely to have obtained this personal information about him? Who is the group is deeply affected by the religious connotations involved?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
What heralds the arrival of Timothy Flyte? What does he ask the Ancient Enemy for, and why is his request so readily granted? In what manner is his request granted? Where does this manifestation occur? What is one of the first things that is immediately obvious about this sample that the Ancient Enemy provides of itself? What questions does this raise? What does Sara compare the bulk of the Ancient Enemy's substance to?
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