Chapter 12 Quiz
Maya compares the golden doors to where the council will meet to which famous Chicago landmark?
Where does the council meeting take place?
The top of the John Hancock building
In a city built on a cloud
Maya thinks Frankie and her moms look alike because they have similar “genius” hair. She compares them to who?
Frankie’s mom Pam explains that the place that the council meets could be which of the following?
As noted in the chapter, many of the orishas in the story have several important roles. What is one of the roles often mentioned of Eshu?
The orisha of lightning
The orisha of the sky
The orisha of balance
The orisha of water
Why is Nana nicknamed the grandmother of the orishas?
Because she is known for her wise nature
Because she is the oldest orisha on the council
Because she is the oldest of all the orishas in the universe
Because she is the only orisha on the council with grandchildren
Why is it difficult for the orishas to go after the Lord of Shadows?
They can’t leave the godlings unprotected
They can’t locate the Lord of Shadows
They don’t have enough people to defeat him
It’s too dangerous to go to the Dark
How has the Lord of Shadows been able to cause tears in the veil?
By capturing orishas
By absorbing the power from the veil
By learning magic
By manipulating the darkbringers to do his bidding
Shangó explains more about the orisha gene to Maya and her friends. What does he clarify about it?
It only appears when a person turn 13
The gene is always dominate
The gene is very unpredictable
The gene only awakens when something provokes it
At the end of chapter 12, Maya decides that the best way to enter the Dark is how?
By creating a portal
By entering one of the ancient gateways
By entering through one of the tears in the veil
By taking a shortcut through the gods’ realm
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