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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author beg of the reader?
(a) Pray to God.
(b) To remember there is a beautiful side of evil.
(c) To accept Jesus.
(d) Join Christian groups.
2. Who was the author unable to connect with?
(a) The healing spirit.
(c) The spirit of God.
3. How does Johanna's tone change in the last section of the book?
(a) It becomes a sermon.
(b) Her tone is frightened and scared.
(c) She is in awe of her own advice.
4. How does the author feel that modern day Christian preachers and theologians treat life and teaching?
(a) They are too self righteous in their teachings.
(b) They do not listen to God.
(c) She thinks they downplay the wonderous nature of Jesus.
(d) They care too much for their own advice.
5. What has happened in the first 14 chapters?
(a) The author tells her story.
(b) A change of heart.
(c) Exposition of her true situation.
(d) Resolution for her cause.
6. By the end of the chapter, what is she solely focusing on?
(a) Ending her relationship with her lover.
(b) Her new relationship with God.
(c) Her new marriage.
(d) Her fractured relationship with her parents.
7. What is the title Exodus reminiscent of?
(a) The Bible and the tale of the Jews exit from Egypt.
(b) Leaving ones home.
(c) Pachita leaving mind control.
(d) Changing one's life.
8. What does she feel her parents do not support her in?
(a) Her conversion to Christianity.
(b) Johanna spending so much time with Pachita.
(d) Her embracing of Hermanito.
9. Name one more presence of the occult in everyday lives.
(a) Horoscopes and astrology.
10. What is the first step to freeing one's self from the occult?
(a) Test all occult gifts.
(b) Offer prayers of renunciation.
(c) Accepting Jesus as your savior.
(d) Destroy all occult related objects.
11. As the chapter ends, what is Johanna richer with?
(a) Family ties.
(d) Book options.
12. What operations does she witness?
(a) Medically impossible surgeries.
(b) Leg transfers.
(c) Brain replacements.
(d) Eye replacements.
13. Are many of the author's points absolute?
(b) No, only the Pope is absolute.
(c) No, only God is absolute.
(d) In her opinion, yes.
14. At the end of the book, what has the author abandoned?
(a) Her ability to communicate psychically.
(b) Her affection for cats.
(c) Her attempt at
(d) Her love of herself.
15. How did another well known author feel about Hermanito/ Pachtia?
(a) She believed too much in Hermanito's ability to heal.
(b) She wished for Hermanito to die.
(c) She was mesmerized by Hermanito.
(d) She also felt as though she was around evil.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author fail to do as her stay begins to move away from being strictly narrative?
2. When the author is around Hermanito, who does she feel is protecting her?
3. What important part of the plot happens during this section of the book?
4. What is Johanna's ultimate purpose that will be revealed later in the novel?
5. What is Johanna finally confronted with during book?
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