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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 12, who has a champion that it plans on putting forward for a tournament on Midsummer's Day?
(a) The White Rose.
(b) The Red Rose.
(c) The Silver Dragon.
(d) The Silver Bear.
2. Why does Dr. Longbranch suggest a story of Jack's death to Linda?
(a) To cover his disappearance when Longbranch takes him to participate in the Games.
(b) To keep Hastings from looking for Jack.
(c) To prevent the Red Rose from knowing he is still alive.
(d) To prevent Becka from trying to find him after he leaves to join the Games.
3. Where was the last Games held?
4. What speculations does Hastings make about the Red Rose's champion?
(a) He or she is much better than Jack.
(b) He or she is not well experienced.
(c) He or she has been in training for only a short time.
(d) He or she is young.
5. What does Jack do with the remnants of his drink that seemed to kill the carp in the river?
(a) Threw it in the river.
(b) Threw it away.
(c) Gave it to Linda.
(d) Put it in a plastic bag.
6. What is the Blue Streak?
(a) A bus.
(b) A roller coaster.
(c) A sports car.
(d) A train.
7. In Chapter 12, what does Dr. Longbranch guess from Jack's physical condition?
(a) He is too weak to fight in the Games.
(b) He has stopped taking the medicatioin and has been training.
(c) He is still taking the medication.
(d) He could fight in the Games even while still taking the medication.
8. In Chapter 17, what does Jack see in Blaise's mirror before the Games begin?
(a) Himself, victorious over Ellen.
(b) A warrior holding Shadowslayer, lying dead beside his opponent.
(c) Himself lying dead in the arena.
(d) A warrior holding Shadowslayer among a great many bodies.
9. At the beginning of Chapter 16, why do people continuously knock on Jack's door?
(a) They want to talk him out of playing.
(b) They want to meet the mysterious champion.
(c) They want to meet the boy with the implanted stone.
(d) They want to ask him to forfiet to save the Red Rose champion.
10. Dr. Longstreet objects to Hastings' warrior for what reason?
(a) She says Jack Swift is not of Weir blood.
(b) She says Jack Swift is dead.
(c) She says Jack Swift is a wizard, not a warrior.
(d) She says Jack Swift is not trained well enough.
11. According to Linda in Chapter 14, who is waiting for Jack and her in Oxford?
12. What is the first attack Ellen makes against Jack?
(a) She engages him in swordplay.
(b) She challenges him in a boxing match.
(c) She throws her dagger at him.
(d) She shoots arrows at him.
13. What does D'Orsay write in the Rules of Engagement?
(a) A new rule against made warriors fighting in the Games.
(b) A new rule allowing made warriors to fight in the Games.
(c) A new rule allowing warriors to use wizardry.
(d) A new rule against warriors using wizardry.
14. In Chapter 16, whom did Longbranch want kidnapped and brought to Raven's Ghyll rather than Will and Fitch?
15. What emblem appears on Jack's tunic for the Games?
(a) A White Elephant.
(b) A White Rose.
(c) A Silver Dragon.
(d) A Red Rose.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jack wish he knew most about the Games?
2. What new weapon has Jack added to his arsenal since taking the memories of Jeremiah Brooks?
3. According to Hastings in Chapter 13, who lives in the area where his family home is located?
4. Why does Dr. Longbranch express regret that Becka did not bring Jack to his appointment that day?
5. In Chapter 14, what does Jack find comforting about staying in Cumbria?
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