105 pages 3 hours read

Gordon Korman


Fiction | Novel | Middle Grade | Published in 2012

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. A (Various chapters)

2. D (Various chapters)

3. C (Various chapters)

4. B (Various chapters)

5. B (Various chapters)

6. D (Various chapters)

7. A (Various chapters)

8. C (Various chapters)

9. A (Various chapters)

10. D (Various chapters)

Long Answer

1. Through a combination of luck and perseverance, Donovan escapes disaster, just as James did. Donovan ends up testifying about something with a flawed design, just as James did. (Various chapters)

2. Donovan gradually gains more control over his impulses as the novel goes on, but by the end of the novel he has not conquered this problem completely. He acknowledges this when he says that he expects his lack of control will end up getting him into trouble again at some point. (Various chapters)