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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. Of what does the place where Maggie goes for comfort remind her?
(a) Her grandparents.
(b) Her Saturdays when she was a child.
(c) Her mother.
(d) A picture in a book she loves.
2. What college does Maggie attend?
(c) University of Alabama.
3. Which were-animals are meeting?
(a) Katagaria and Sprutalia Were-Animals.
(b) Just the Katagaria Were-Animals.
(c) Katagaria and Arcadia Were-Animals.
(d) Just the Arcadia Were-Animals.
4. Who is Savitor?
(a) He is the name the were animals give to a mythical person who created were animals.
(b) He is a detective trying to eradicate the were animals.
(c) He is the mediator and his powers reign supreme over all of the heads.
(d) He is the religious figurehead of the were groups.
5. Who would not approve of Maggie being involved with Wren?
(a) Everyone in Maggie's family would love Wren.
(b) Maggie's mother.
(c) Maggie's brother.
(d) Maggie's father.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Dev?
2. Who does Wren spot on his way to Sanctuary?
3. What is special about the sweatshirt Maggie gives Wren?
4. What does Wren reply to Maggie expressing the hope they will always be together.
5. What do the girls who see Wren think of him?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the group Marguerite runs with decide to visit the Sanctuary?
2. How does Wren end up in jail?
3. What happens to Marguerite when she leaves the bar?
4. Why is Wren different from most humans?
5. How does Maggie feel about Wren and what does she decide to do about it?
6. How does Wren feel when he sees Maggie talking to Dev and why?
7. Who does Wren see when he returns to the Sanctuary and what does that person tell him?
8. What happens when Maggie takes Wren back to Sanctuary after he was bailed out of jail?
9. What is the Omegrion?
10. What do Whitehunter and Maggie talk about while working on Wren?
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