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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tells Wren he doesn't belong on the campus?
2. Of what is Wren accused?
3. Who is Maggie's dear friend?
4. Who is shot at?
5. What amazes Maggie?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Marguerite get away from the men that attack her?
2. How does Wren feel when he sees Maggie talking to Dev and why?
3. What happens when Maggie takes Wren back to Sanctuary after he was bailed out of jail?
4. What did Wren do at the zoo that was unusual?
5. What do Maggie and her family's lawyer find out about Wren at the jail?
6. Who does Marguerite notice is staring at her?
7. Why does the group Marguerite runs with decide to visit the Sanctuary?
8. What happens to Marguerite when she leaves the bar?
9. Who does Wren see when he returns to the Sanctuary and what does that person tell him?
10. Why does Marguerite think Nick is missing?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Aristotle's love for his son is apparent to the reader, as he agrees to protect Maggie while Wren follows his mother to find out what she's up to with his uncle.
1. What are some of the ways in which Aristotle show he loves his son?
2. Do you think Karina's attitude towards her son is normal for a mother? Why or why not? Use examples to support your answer.
3. Considering how some parents are, do you think people in our country should have to get a license from the government in order to have children? Discuss your reasoning in depth.
Essay Topic 2
Maggie starts to cry and accepts knowing they are still not mated and cannot ever have children. Wren tells her they can always adopt.
1. Would you marry someone who couldn't have children if you wanted them? Why or why not?
2. Do you think adopting children is as good as having your own children? Why or why not?
3. If you were going to adopt a children, what kind of child would you adopt? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Maggie also comes to the realization that no man would have done what Wren did for her. He took a bullet for her and didn't even tell her. She is impressed, but also feels responsible for him almost dying. The most she can do is send him gifts and tell him how grateful she is for what he's done for her.
1. Do you think it's realistic for Maggie to know that Wren was shot and he's laying in a room above a bar instead of at a hospital? Does that seem to stretch credibility too much? Why or why not?
2. Maggie is saying thank-you to Wren the only way she can do it. How would you feel about someone who saved your life? How would you try to thank that person?
3. Do you think the fact that Wren is supernatural makes him less of a hero for saving Maggie and getting shot for her than if an ordinary human had done the same? Why or why not?
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