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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Snapper walk away with after meeting Mrs. Whitmark?
(a) Dog bites.
(b) A roofing contract.
(d) $7,000 cash.
2. Why has the one-eyed man kidnapped Max?
(a) Max was mistreating the monkey.
(b) He wants Max's camera.
(c) Max was throwing trash in the water.
(d) He wants Max's money.
3. With what does Augustine juggle?
(b) Human skulls.
(d) Lit torches.
4. What is Max's tone in Chapter 7 when he calls and leaves a message for the second time?
(a) He is nervous he will lose his job.
(b) He sounds less frightened.
(c) He sounds more frightened.
(d) He is worried about Bonnie.
5. How does Tony prove Edie is not paralyzed?
(a) He calls the police.
(b) He drops a branch on her leg.
(c) He shines a flashlight in her face.
(d) He pushes her arm with the shotgun.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whose attention is Max Lamb's case finally drawn?
2. What does Snapper do to Edie in the driveway?
3. What happens on Edie's date with Kennedy?
4. After talking to Peter in Chapter 6, where does Bonnie ask Augustine to take her?
5. What/Who attacks Max's face?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the relationship between Augustine and Bonnie progressing after Max has been gone for a couple of days?
2. Though Ira Jackson has every right to want justice for his mother's death, his sense of justice is twisted. Why is Ira's idea of justice wrong and how is his execution of it immoral?
3. Even though the author introduces new characters, he continues to tie in the ones that the reader has already met. How are the characters intertwining in Chapter 3?
4. How is Edie a resourceful woman?
5. How is Max possibly misreading Skink?
6. Though shown as a kidnapper and torturer, Skink appears to be an ethical man. How so?
7. What surprising news does Bonnie hear from Pete and how does it change the dynamic of her marriage?
8. Suspense builds throughout Chapter 2. How does the author build that suspense?
9. How does the structure of Chapter 1 differ from a standard novel?
10. How does Chapter 8 show that what "goes around, comes around" in the case of Gil Peck?
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