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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. Why does Maggie ask Wren to tell her about the deaths of his parents?
2. What does Wren say will happen to Maggie at the full moon?
3. When Aimee and Nicolette hear a noise in Wren's room and investigate, what do they find?
4. Where do Wren and Maggie go after leaving Maggie's cottage?
5. What does Maggie do when they taser Wren?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Wren and Maggie tell Aristotle about the future? How does he feel about it?
2. What does Aimee do after she leaves Wren and why does she fight with her mother?
3. When Wren and Maggie go back to 1980, they hear his parents arguing. What were they fighting about and how did it turn out?
4. What does Maggie see in the past of Wren as a child?
5. What does Maggie tell her father about Wren?
6. Why is Wren being hunted and how does he feel about it?
7. What does Maggie tell Wren about a plan Vane has?
8. What does Maggie tell Wren when he awakens and how does he react?
9. What does Wren tell Maggie about the full moon?
10. How does Maggie react to her new powers in the beginning?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The reader gets a taste of Wren's animalistic jealousy that flares up when he sees his mate (Maggie) talking to the Were-Bear (Dev).
1. Do you think jealousy is always negative? Why or why not?
2. What do you think someone should do if their significant other is a jealous person?
3. Describe a situation involving jealousy in which you have been personally involved, either by observing the situation or being in it yourself.
Essay Topic 2
Wren tells Maggie that he cannot be with her, because he feels he will eventually hurt her. Maggie pulls the story out of him about his parents' deaths. He reluctantly tells her that his parents beat each other to death.
1. Do you think children are doomed to repeat their parents' mistakes? Why or why not?
2. Do you think it is wise for Wren to worry about hurting Maggie because of what his parents did? Why or why not?
3. Discuss what you would do if you were Maggie after Wren told her about his parents.
Essay Topic 3
Back in the 1980s, Wren hides in the bushes while he watches his mother and uncle talk on a park bench. He masks his scent and listens as Karina and Grayson make plans to kill Aristotle and keep Wren hostage for his money.
1. How does this event make the people of Wren's world seem more real? Use examples from the book to support your answer.
2. How do you think Wren felt as he listened to his mother and uncle? How would you feel if you heard a conversation like that? Use examples to support your answer.
3. Greed seems to be responsible in life for many unpleasant events, including homicide. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? How have you seen greed affect your life or the life of someone you know?
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