Stephen Coonts' Deep Black Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. How must the bomb modules be separated?

2. Why is Duoar surprised to see Donohue on the train?

3. Who attempts to disarm the bomb once it is set?

4. How many men are working on Duoar's operation to help load explosives onto the Eurostar?

5. Which car was Lia in when the train exploded?

Short Essay Questions

1. What challenge does Duoar's plan for the train face at the very beginning?

2. Why is there so much time that passes between when the bomb is set and when it finally explodes? Exactly how much time passes?

3. What is Duoar's concern when he sees Donohue on the train?

4. What is Ahmed's misconception?

5. When does Lia meet Donohue face to face? What happens in their meeting?

6. What happens to the first section of the train after the initial bomb goes off on the train?

7. What evidence does Johnny Bib offer regarding a possible explosion planned for the Eiffel Tower?

8. How does the NSA determine that the bigger terrorist attack will be on the Chunnel?

9. How do Dean and Lia lose track of Donohue once they spot him on the train?

10. Explain the whereabouts of both Dean and Lia when the first bomb explodes on the train.

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

What is an antagonist? Discuss the antagonist of this novel in detail, relating the antagonist specifically to the type of conflict featured in the novel.

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the importance of the author's choice of verb tense in Deep Black. Define the three types of tenses and explain how they are typically identified.

Essay Topic 3

There are four points of view in which literature is written: first person, third person objective, third person limited, and third person omniscient. Which point of view does the author use in this book? Is this the most effective point of view for this story?

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