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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. How does Maggie react when Wren explains about the full moon's effect on were creatures?
2. Who did Wren actually see dead twenty years ago?
3. What does Wren tell his father as to why he is there?
4. What is Wren's only hesitation about saving his father's life?
5. What does Wren tell Maggie about chocolate?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Maggie feel about the full moon effect and what does she do?
2. What does Karina do after she leaves Wren's father's house?
3. What does Wren do after he is declared innocent and what does Maggie think about it?
4. What does Wren tell Maggie about his childhood?
5. What does Wren tell Maggie about the day his parents died?
6. What do Wren and Maggie tell Aristotle about the future? How does he feel about it?
7. What two things does Wren tell Maggie she can't ingest and how does she feel about that?
8. What does Wren find out about his past at Savitar's council?
9. What does Maggie tell Wren about a plan Vane has?
10. What does Maggie tell her father about Wren?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Back at Wren's childhood home, Aristotle does something very few Were-animals do. He takes Maggie into a spare bedroom, shoves her to the floor and bites her on the shoulder. She passes out from the pain wondering why in the world he did this to her. When she awakens, Wren is in the room staring at the brown eyes of a tiger. Maggie is in the form of a tiger looking back at Wren.
1. This was quite a drastic act by Wren's father. Do you think he was wrong to do this? Why or why not? Use examples to support your answer.
2. How would you feel and what would you do if what happened to Maggie happened to you?
3. Do you think anyone should do something that would change someone's life as much as Aristotle changed Maggie's without the permission of the person involved? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
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 3
Maggie's father scolds her for missing a week of school and for hanging out with Wren who is a meager bus boy. He tells her to straighten up or he will take everything from her.
1. What do you think of a father who threatens disinheriting a child because she/he won't do what he says? Use examples from life to support your answer. Do you think there is a better way for Maggie's father to deal with her? What is that way?
2. Do you think many children would give up their parents' money to marry who they wanted to marry? Why or why not? Would you do that?
3. Do you think Maggie would feel differently about defying her father is she didn't know Wren was wealthy? Why or why not? Use examples to support your answer.
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