First you ‘em what you’re going to tell ‘em.
Then you tell ‘em.
Then you tell ‘em what you told ‘em.
Last Saturday was “preview”; Tuesday was “present”—that is, I told you about The Sword of Senack. Today is “recap”—my final sharing of Elisa’s fantastical fantasy novel.
I’m recapping with a multiple-choice quiz. By each of the nine pictures below is a question. You can find all the answers in the posting I did on Tuesday entitled: The Sword of Senack: A Fantastic Fantasy. I’ve inserted the nine answers at the end of this posting. I wonder just how good you are at guessing?
If you want to skip these questions and go to the entry for the give-a-way, click here. The entry will be at the end of the that posting.
1. Aliya, the heroine of The Sword of Senack, lived in a palace that had a room with a ___.
a) living mural
b) goblet of fire
c) Golden Flame
2. The witch who kidnapped Aliya’s sister goes by the name ___.
3. The ship Aliya drew was different from other ships because it had ___.
a) nine masts
b) a glass bottom
c) ten cannons
4. In The Sword of Senack, the character who wants to be a pirate is Aliya's ____.
b) younger brother
5. The Leviathans who hissed their own darkness were the ____.
c) Secrenas6. The name of the gladiator who was willing to fight to the death for Aliya was ___.
c) Snape7. The ice-palace where the witch lived was on the _____.
a) Isle of Deltre
b) bottom of the whirlpool
c) Isle of Whumping Willows8. The dragon who fills the pages of The Sword of Senack with terror is __.
b) Hungarian Horntail
c) Ophyrus9. Aliya meets a giant who believes in possibility. His name is ___.
Here are the answers:
1. A; 2. C; 3; B; 4. B; 5. C; 6. B; 7. A; 8. C; 9. B.
I hope the three postings I’ve done on The Sword of Senack have piqued your interest. To order this fantastical underwater fantasy click here for Elisa’s blog.
PS: Next Tuesday, I’ll begin again to examine the social justice issues in my life.
All the photographs are from Wikipedia.