A) the coast in Washington state
B) the wilderness of North Dakota
C) the cornfields of Oklahoma
D) the oil fields in Canada
A) how to steer a Cessna 406
B) how to use a hatchet
C) how to read the instrument panel on a Cessna 406
D) how to fill the gas tank on a Cessna 406
A) catching fish
B) his girlfriend
C) his parents' divorce
D) what he and his father were going to do over the summer
A) the pilot clutched his stomach
B) the pilot rubbed his left shoulder
C) the pilot grabbed his chest
D) the pilot said his eyes were burning
A) every 10 minutes
B) every 30 minutes
C) every 2 hours
D) every hour
A) on an empty road
B) in an empty field
C) on the edge of a lake
D) on top of a mountain
A) The pilot who is flying the Cessna has a heart attack leaving Brian alone in the plane.
B) Brian's mother gives him a gift he doesn't like.
C) Brian's parents get a divorce.
D) Brian must spend the summer with his father in Canada instead of with his friends in New York.
A) it runs out of gas
B) the plane hits a tree
C) the plane has engine failure
D) a bird hits the propeller
A) the cut on his chest
B) the throb in his head
C) the twisting of his stomach
D) the pounding in his jaw
A) 4, 3, 1, 2
B) 3, 2, 4, 1
C) 2, 4, 1, 3
D) 1, 2, 4, 3
A) The pilot in the plane, down into the water, down into the blue water strapped in the seat. . .
B) Because the mosquitoes, the backs of his hands were puffy and his eyes were alomost swollen shut, and he saw everything through a narrow squint.
C) THe crash is over and I am alive, he thought.
D) He raised himself and crawled out of the water, grunting with pain of movement.