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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapters 21-39.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does the Immari soldier named Cole Bryant tell David Vale he’s from in Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 33?
(a) Fort Collins, Colorado.
(b) Jackson, Mississippi.
(c) Yreka, California.
(d) Little Rock, Arkansas.
2. The man who is being met with in the beginning of Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 2 is described as an informant with information about an imminent terrorist attack called what?
(a) Toba Protocol.
3. What was the precursor organization to the Central Intelligence Agency?
(a) The Federal Bureau of Investigation.
(b) The Office of Strategic Services.
(d) Homeland Security.
4. In Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 22, Dr. Kate Warner tells David Vale that who is the Head of Immari Research?
(a) Her brother.
(b) Her brother-in-law.
(c) Her adoptive father.
(d) Her grandfather.
5. How much of the population does Martin Grey say lives within a hundred miles of the coast in today’s world, in Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 30?
(a) Less than one fifth.
(b) More than three fourths.
(c) Almost one third.
(d) Almost half.
Short Answer Questions
1. The iceberg that has broken off from Antarctica is described in the Prologue as having a surface area covering how much space?
2. What is the name of the eight-year-old autistic child that has just completed the puzzle Dr. Warner’s team has designed to identify savants in the opening of Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 3?
3. What is the name of Dr. Kate Warner’s adoptive father who encouraged her to go abroad to continue her research?
4. Who is the director of the Clocktower counterterrorism organization in Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 2?
5. What is the name of the man introduced by the narrator in the opening of Part I: "Jakarta Burning," Chapter 2, who is watching the man who buys a New York Times at the newsstand?
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