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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. What is inevitable when Wren and Maggie are alone?
2. Why does Maggie start walking after leaving her friends?
3. What does Maggie buy Wren?
4. Who does Wren spot on his way to Sanctuary?
5. Who does Maggie see first at Sanctuary?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Maggie's father call her and what does she tell him?
2. What happens to Marguerite when she leaves the bar?
3. What does Maggie tell Wren about a plan Vane has?
4. What happens when Wren and Maggie go to Savitar's island to see him?
5. What do Wren and Maggie tell Aristotle about the future? How does he feel about it?
6. What does Maggie see in the past of Wren as a child?
7. What happens to Maggie when she disappears from Savitar's island?
8. Who is Zack Tigarian and what does he say at the meeting?
9. Who comes to Maggie's house after Wren leaves? Why are they there and what do they do?
10. What does Wren tell Maggie about the full moon?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
It is entirely up to the fates when it comes to his kind and their chosen mates.
1. What do you think is meant by this statement? Use examples from the book to support your answer.
2. Do you believe that fate has any influence in life? Why or why not?
3. Pretend you believe in fate and that two people who are "supposed" to be together don't get together. What do you think that would mean in their lives?
Essay Topic 2
The reader feels the strong urge Wren has to seek out Marguerite when he lays eyes on her. He doesn't know why her presence calls to him.
1. What do you think this strong attraction foreshadows for the novel?
2. Do you believe that two people can fall in love upon first sight? Why or why not?
3. Do you think the way Wren feels is believable? Why or why not?
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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