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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 does she speculate the bodies have been injected with?
2. What animal appears to have survived the creature and approaches Gordy?
3. How does Hammond get the cooler door open?
4. What does Fletcher use to kill the deputy?
5. What naked figure is among them?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does science reveal about the victims and about the creature's use of them?
2. Who does the creature promise to spare, and why?
3. What do Copperfield's men discover in the sewer system as they are running power cables?
4. What is the creature unable to use and how is that brought to the survivor's attention?
5. How does the creature reveal its range of knowledge and intelligence?
6. What lesson does the entity feel compelled to re-administer after Copperfield and his team arrive?
7. What does scientist Sara Yamaguchi report to Bryce and Jenny after their investigation?
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. What does Flyte share with the six remaining survivors when he gets to Snowfield?
10. What is Dr. Flyte's concern when Sandler informs him that he wants him to go to California immediately?
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 is the relationship between Jennifer and Lisa? Why have they been estranged for so many years and what circumstances have now put them together? How is the age difference significant to their relationship thus far? What misconception has Jennifer been under for many years that Lisa is finally able to clear up, and how does this affect Jennifer overall? What might have been different had Jennifer known the truth earlier?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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