The Graveyard Book
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Who wrote The Graveyard Book?
Neil Gaiman (cover)
What did the hand in the darkness hold?
a knife p.2
What is the title of chapter one?
How Nobody Came to the Graveyard p.2
What kind of handle did the knife have?
a handle of polished black bone p.4
What kind of blade did the knife have?
one finer and sharper than any razor p.4
What two things were wet?
both the blade and the handle of the knife p.4
What was still open?
the street door p.4
Who paused on the landing?
the man Jack p.4
What did Jack pull from the pocket of his black coat?
a large white handkerchief p.4
Where had Jack left the woman?
in her bed p.4
Where had Jack left the man?
on the bedroom floor p.4
Where had Jack left the older child?
in her brightly colored bedroom p.4
What was the man Jack, above all things?
a professional p.4
What color was Jack's hair and eyes?
his hair was dark and his eyes were dark p.8
What were Jack's dark leather gloves made from?
the thinnest lambskin p.8
Where was the toddler's room?
the very top of the house p.8
What could you see reflected in Jack's shoes?
the moon p.9
What shone through the casement window?
the real moon p.9
What was the shape in the crib really?
a teddy bear p.9
What type of smell did the child have?
a milky smell, like chocolate chip cookies, and the sour tang of a wet disposable nighttime diaper p.9
What could Jack smell in the child's hair?
baby shampoo p.9
How long ago had the child's first birthday been?
6th months ago p.11
What were tricky things?
stairs that went up p.11
What was the nummer?
the rubber pacifier the child's mother had just begun to tell him he was getting too old for p.11
What fell off as the child reached the last step?
his diaper p.11
At what time were the gates locked?
at four in the afternoon in winter and at 8 at night in summer p.13
Who first saw the baby?
Mrs. Owens p.13
What color hair did the child have?
blond hair p.14
Why had the council taken steps?
there had been some vandalism in the graveyard the previous year p.14
How long had Mr and Mrs. Owens been dead?
for a few hundred years now p.15
How many figures did Mr and Mrs. Owens see?
What did one of the figures say?
"My baby! He is trying to harm my baby!" p.15
What was the man outside hauling across the alley?
a heavy metal garbage can p.15
Who did Mrs. Owen's think the ghost was?
the babe's mother p.15
Who's headstone was now only a weathered lump of rock?
Caius Pompeius' p.15
Who was one of the most senior citizens of the graveyard?
Caius Pompeius p16
What had the man in the black coat startled?
an owl p.17
Who had the keys?
the caretaker p.19
When did they declare the graveyard an official nature reserve?
30 years ago p.19
When was the last funeral in the graveyard?
30 years ago p.19
Who was the caretaker really?
Josiah Worthington p.20
Who had Josiah Worthington been?
local brewer, politician, and later baronet p.20
What had Josiah Worthington bought?
the old cemetery and the land around it. p.20
How long ago had Josiah Worthington bought the cemetery?
almost 300 years before p.20
How many souls were in the graveyard?
some ten thousand souls p.21
Who was sitting cross legged on the ground with the living child in her lap?
Mrs. Owens p.21
Who had once made several pieces of fine furniture for the Worthington manor house?
Mr. Owens p.21
Where was the Worthington manor house?
our near Inglesham p.21
What is Mrs. Owen's first name?
Who was a tiny old think in a huge bonnet?
Mother Slaughter p.22
Who offered to bring the baby food?
According to Silas, what will it take to raise this child?
a graveyard p.23
Who will be the baby's guardian?
Who was Marcus?
Caius Pmpeius' procounsul p.24
Who was Stebbins?
Josiah Worthington's gardener p.24
Who was Harry?
Mother Slaughter's nephew p.24
What did Silas decide to name the baby?
Nobody Owens p.25
What had been decreed over 40 years before?
the funeral chapel was a listed building of historical interest p.25
Who had decided it would cost too much to renovate the funeral chapel?
the town council p.25
What covered the funeral chapel?
What did Mrs. Owens think the final line of the song was?
"and some hairy bacon" p.26
What kind of toilet was in the chapel?
a Victorian flush toilet p.27
What food did Silas first hand the baby?
a banana p.27
What is the great democracy?
What was the poet?
Nehemiah Trot p.29
What came ambling up the side of the hill?
a huge white horse p.30
How many hands tall was the horse?
a full 19 hands p.30
What did the horse carry?
a woman p.30
What was the woman clothes from head to foot in?
Who does everyone encounter at the end of our days?
the Lady on the Grey p.30
What did the Lady on the Grey say?
The dead should have charity" p.30
What would be given to Nobody Ownes?
the Freedom of the Graveyard p.31
Where did Silas go before the sunrise?
to the tall house on the side of the hill p.31
Who would Jack not need to tell that he had failed?
the Convocation p.32
What was in Jack's pocket safe and dry?
the knife p.33
Who was a quiet child?
What color were Bod's eyes?
Who could always be counted upon to explain matters clearly to Bod?
His guardian p.37
Where does Silas go every night?
What will Bod master soon enough?
Fading and Sliding and Dreamwalking p.37
What did Silas carry with him the next night when he appeared at the Owenses' tomb?
three large books p.38
How many brightly colored alphabet books were there?
What was the third book a copy of?
The Cat in the Hat p.38
What else did Silas have?
paper and a packet of wax crayons p.38
What was the quest Silas gave Bod?
to find each of the 26 letters in the graveyard p.39
Who's stone helped Bod to finish his quest?
Ezekial Ulmsley's stone p.39
What kind of bush was the girl behind?
a gorse bush p.40
What colors was the girl dressed in?
bright color, yellow and pink and orange p.40
How old was the girl look?
a little older than Bod was p.40
Who old was the girl actually?
5 years old p.41
What was Bod's new friend named?
Scarlett Amber Perkins p.41
Where did Scarlett live?
in a flat with no garden p.41
Who never saw Bod first?
What did Bartleby say about Scarlett's face?
"thou dost have a face like unto a squished plum" p.43
Who did Scarlett's mother work for?
a distant university teaching people she never met face-to-face p.43
What did Scarlet's mother grade?
English papers sent to her over the computer p.43
What did Scarlet's father teach?
particle physics p.43
What are atoms according to Scarlett?
things that is too small to see p.43
Who had been to London Town and had seen the Queen?
Sebastian Reeder p.44
When had Sebastian died?
in 1583 p.44
When had Caius Pompeius come here?
a hundred years after the Romans first got here p.44
What did Scarlett want to do with one of those little stone houses?
make a little house p.45
Who were there first, before the Romans?
the Celts p.46
What was Caius Pompeius wearing?
the toga in which he had been buried in and beneath it a thick woolen vest and leggings p.46
Where was the only place colder, according the Caius?
Caledonia to the North p.47
Who had been taken by a fever in Camulodonum?
Caius Pompeius' wife p.47
Where had Caius Pompeius' father been killed?
in a border skirmish in Gaul p.47
How many years after Caius' death did the farmer discover the boulder that covered the entrance?
300 years after p.47
What happened to the farmer?
he came out a little later his dark hair now white p.47
Who's vault were they building 200 years after the farmer found the boulder?
the Frobisher vault p.48
Where did the young man hide the doorway?
behind Ephraim Pettyfer's casket p.48
What was Scarlett carrying as she sat next to her mother on the green bench?
a large picture book p.48
What was written on Jojo G. Shoji's tombstone?
d. 1921, I was a stranger and you took me in. p.48
What did the people before the Romans do when they died?
they put them underground in these hills with treasure and stuff p.49
What were the hills called?
Where did Bod find the key?
in the chapel p.49
Why did they use the same key for all of the gates?
it was less work p.49
Where did Bod and Scarlett find the door?
behind a coffin on the bottom shelf [.50
What kind of painting was on the wall?
a big hairy C is for Cow. with horns. then something that's more of a pattern, like a big knot p.51
What did Bod tell Scarlett to keep on the wall?
her left hand p.51
What kind of noise began all around them?
a rustling slither p.52
What could Bod see where the steps entered the room?
a rumpled corpse, dressed in the remains of a long brown coat p.52
What came walking in the light through the rock?
a man p.52
What was different about the man's skin?
it was painted or tattooed with purple designs and patterns p.52
What hung around the man's neck?
a necklace of sharp, long teeth p.52
What did Bod call the man with the face paintings?
The Indigo Man p.53
What did the Indigo Man do to make sure they knew he was there?
threw back his head and let our a series of yodeling screams p.54
What did the Indigo Man scream at Bod and Scarlett after Bod told him he wasn't real?
"I will feast on your liver!" p.54
What did the Indigo Man do after he stopped?
Walked over to the rock slab and lay down on it and was gone p.55
What did something say?
WE ARE THE SLEER p.55
What does the SLEER do?
WE GUARD AND WE PROTECT p.56
What does the SLEER protect?
THE RESTING PLACE OF THE MASTER. p.56
What is a weapon of the SLEER?
What are the treasures of the master?
the brooch, the goblet, the knife p.56
What always comes back?
the master p.56
What was on the back of the woman's fluorescent yellow jacket?
What did the people give Scarlett?
a chocolate bar p.57
Who will teach Bod joined-up letters?
Miss Borrows p.59
Where is Scarlett and her family going?
to Scotland p.59
Why are they moving to Scotland?
theres a university there for Dad to teach particle physics p.59
What is the title of Chapter 3?
The Hounds of God p.61
How many graves in every graveyard belongs to ghouls?
one grave p.61
Which grave looks like a target for petty vandals?
the ghoul-gate p.61
Where had things become very overgrown and tangled?
on the northwestern side of the graveyard p.65
Who couldn't tame the northwestern side of the graveyard?
the groundskeeper or the Friends of the Graveyard p.65
Who had all died before their tenth birthdays?
a family of Victorian children p.65
How old was Silas' bag?
at least a 150 years old p.66
Who was sitting on the bench by the chapel?
Miss Lupescu p.66
What did Miss Lupescu's face look like?
pinched and her expression disapproving p.66
What did Miss Lupescu wear?
a bulky mackintosh and a man's tie around her neck p.66
What is Miss Lupescu researching?
the history of old graves p.67
What had Silas done each night?
Brought Bod food and left it in the crypt each night for him to eat. p.68
What kind of stew did Miss Lupescu bring for Bod to eat?
Who teaches Bod writing and words?
Letitia Borrows p.70
What does Mr. Pennyworth teach Bod?
his Compleat Educational System for Younger Gentlemen with Additional Material for Those Post Mortem p.70
What are the different kinds of people?
the living and the dead, day folk and night folk, ghouls and mistwalkers and high hunter and the Hounds of God. Also solitary types p.71
What type of person is Silas?
a solitary type p.71
How did Miss Lupescu teach?
in lists p.71
What did Bod see prowling the gravestones always keeping its distance?
a large grey dog p.71
list one food Miss Lupescu brought for Bod?
dumplings swimming in lard; thick reddish purple soup with a lump of sour cream in it; small cold boiled potatoes; cold garlic heavy sausages; hardboiled eggs in an unappetizing liquid. p.71
What did Miss Lupescu teach Bod in every language in the world?
ways to call for help p.72
How do you say help in French?
"Au secours" p.72
How do you call for help in morse code?
S-O-S three short dots, three ong ones, three short ones again p.72
What is a Night-Gaunt?
they have hairless wings and fly low and fast p.72
Where do the Night-Gaunts fly?
the red skies above the road to Ghulheim p.72
How do you call for help in Night-Gaunt?
a guttural cry like an eagle's call p.72
How were Miss Lupescu's lists printed?
in pale purple ink on white paper p.73
How did Miss Lupescu's lists smell?
What did Bod throw at the dog?
a clump of mud p.73
Who came down the street and up the hill?
the Duke of Westminster, the Honorable Archibald Fitzhugh and the Bishop of Bath and Wells p.74
What did the Duke of Westminster shout?
what sounded like "Skagh! Thegh! Khavagah!" p.78
What caught Bod beneath the armpits?
two strong hands p.78
What color was the sky?
What kind of red was it?
an angry, glowering red, the color of an infected wound p.79
What color was the silken gown?
it looked like it had once been white p.79
Who did Bod find himself being introduced too?
the 33rd President of the United States and the Emperor of China p.80
What is the best city according to the 33rd President of the United States?
What kind of people were Bod's three friends?
What do ghouls not do?
Who made the buildings of Ghulheim?
no one knows p.82
Who did the ghouls call "bloody stealers"?
the night-gaunts p.83
Who's shoulder was Bod now flung unceremoniously over?
the Duke of Westminster p.83
the dead sun p.83
How many moons rose?
two moons p.83
What color was the huge moon?
What color was the smaller moon?
the blueish green color of the veins of mold in a cheese p.83
Which famous writer had Bod been introduced to?
Victor Hugo p.84
How much farter is Ghulheim from where the ghouls stopped?
just another 9 or 10 hours run p.84
What was good eatin' according to the Emperor of China?
What noise did they hear from the desert from far away?
a distant howl p.85
Who had disappeared in the night?
a couple of members of their group p.86
How many factions did the ghouls divide into?
two factions p.87
Which factions were there?
those who felt the vanishing of their friends was meaningless and those who believe that something, probably night-gaunts was out to get them p.87
What general agreement did the ghouls comet to?
to arm themselves with rocks to throw at the night-gaunts should they descend p.87
Who threw Bod into a sack?
the famous writere Victor Hugo p.88
What else was in the sack with Bod?
several lumps of wood, sharp screws and nails p.89
What was just under Bod's hand, digging into him?
a screw p.89
What was the expression Mr. Owens had for two things he found equally unpleasant?
"I'm between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea p.91
What caught at the sacking and pulled until the fabric tore?
sharp canine teeth p.91
Who's voice did the grey dog have?
Miss Lupescu's voice p.92
Who was the grey dog?
Miss Lupescu p.94
How many times did the night-gaunts save Bod's life?
three times p.94
What type of dog is Miss Lupescu?
a Hound of God p.95
What color was the third moon?
a ruby-red moon p.95
What did Miss Lupescu promise to teach Bod when they get home?
the names of the stars and their constellations p.95
Who inspected Bod's ankle?
Doctor Trefusis p.96
What was written on Doctor Trefusis' tombstone?
1870-1936, MAY HE WAKE TO GLORY p.96
What did Doctor Trefusis pronounce?
Bod's ankle merely sprained p.96
What are the Hounds of God?
those that men call Werewolves and Lycanthropes p.97
What kind of pie did Miss Lupescue bring for Bod?
a small meat pie p.97
When did Silas come back?
at the end of the month p.97
What did Silas give Bod as a present?
a little model of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco p.97
What three constellations did Bod tell Silas about?
the Big Bear and the Little Bear and Draco the Dragon. p.97
What is Chapter Four called?
The Witch's Headstone p.99
Where was a witch buried?
at the edge of the graveyard p.99
Where did the graveyard proper end?
at the bottom of the west side of the hill beneath the old apple tree p.99
What was beyond the fence of rust brown iron railings?
a wasteland p.99
Who was Baker of the Parish?
Harrison Westwood p.100
Who were Harrison Westwood's wives?
Marion and Joan p.100
What were Potter's Fields used for?
to bury the criminals and the suicides and those who were not of the faith p.103
What is on Thomes Pennyworth's tombstone?
"here he lyes in the certainty of the most glorious resurrection" p.104
What had Mr. Pennyworth been teaching Bod the previous week?
Elements and Humors p.105
What is Slipping?
slip through the shadows p.105
What is Fading?
Fade from awareness p.105
Who was teaching Bod to Fade and Slip?
Mr. Pennyworth p.105
What are the Humors?
Sanguine, Choleric, Phlegmatic and Melancholic p.106
Who was the Spinster of the Parish?
Miss Letitia Borrows p.106
What was written on Miss Letitia Borrows' tombstone?
"Who did no harm to no man all the dais of her life. reader, can you say lykewise?" p.106
What had the picnic 30 years ago do to the hill?
left its mark in the shape of a large apple tree p.107
What did Bod never eat more than 2 or 3 of a night?
What did Bod pride himself on?
his tree-climbing skills p.108
What happened when Bod was in the tree?
the branch gave way beneath him p.108
How had the witch died?
drownded and burnded p.110
Who was the fattest, pinkest, best scrubbed of them all?
Mistress Jemima p.110
Who did Mistress Jemima say the witch had used her magic to attract?
Solomon Porritt p.110
What was delivered to Master Porringer the Saturday after they drowned and toasted the witch?
a fine carpet p.111
Where was the carpet from?
All the way from London Town p.111
What else did the carpet have in it?
it carried the plague p.112
How many people were coughing blood by Monday?
5 of them p.112
How many people had died a week later?
most of the village p.112
Who had been killed by the plague?
Everyone who watched the witch get drownded and burned p.112
What was the witch's name?
Liza Hempstock p.112
What color eyes did the witch have?
grey eyes p.113
What did Bod decide to do for Liza Hempstock?
find her a headstone with her name upon it p.113
Where had Bod learned was the best place to find money?
to wherever courting couples used the grass of the graveyard to cuddle and snuggle and kiss and roll about p.114
In Miss Borrow's time how much did a headstone cost?
15 guineas p.115
How much money did Bod have?
2 pounds and 53 pence p.114
How long had it been since Bod had visited the Indigo Man's tomb?
4 years p.114
What does the master do with the skulls?
buries them beneath this stone p.115
What did the SLEER say as Bod took the brooch?
IT COMES BACK. ALWAYS COMES BACK p.116
What color was the stone in the center of the brooch?
a swirling red p.116
How big was the stone in the brooch?
the size of a robin's egg p.116
What held the stone in place?
a black metal clasp p.117
What was the something crawling around the metal clasp?
it looked almost snakelike with too many heads p.117
What must be on Liza's headstone?
her name with a big E on it for Elizabeth and a big Haitch for Hempstock p.117
What queen was the name Elizabeth like?
the old queen that died when Liza was born. p.117
What did Liza say when Bod asked her what dates she wanted on her tombstone?
Willyum the Conker ten sixty six p.117
What kind of job did Liza have?
She did laundry p.118
What was Bod's usual dress?
a grey winding sheet p.118
What kind of hut was at the far end of the graveyard?
a gardener's hut p.118
What did the gardener's hut smell like?
motor oil p.118
What had been hanging on the back of the door at the hut?
a brown workingman's jacket p.119
What else had been abandoned in the hut along with the jacket?
a green stained pair of gardening jeans p.119
Who owned a shop in the warren streets of Old Town?
Abanazer Bolger p.120
What did Abanazer wear?
thick spectacles p.120
Why didn't Abanazer buy from kids?
More trouble than they was worth p.121
What food did Abanazer offer to Bod?
tea and biscuits-a packet of chocolate chip cookies p.122
When did Bod realize he was trapped?
when he heard the lock turn in the door p.125
What did Bod find in the desk drawer?
nothing but small pots of paint and a paintbrush p.125
Who was in the storeroom with Bod?
Liza Hempstock p.125
Why can Liza leave the graveyard?
She was buried in unhallowed ground p.126
What was Abanazer beginning to regret doing?
calling Tom Hustings over p.127
What was the only word printed on the card Abanazer had?
When did Abanazer think the brooch was from?
from druid times p.128
What kind of stone was the brooch's stone called?
a snakestone p.128
What did Hustings want to name the bequest?
The Hustings-Bolger Bequest p.128
What did Bolger want to name the bequest?
The Bolger-Hustings Bequest p.128
What did Abanazer pull from beneath the counter?
a bottle of sloe gin p.130
Who did Bod give the black edged card to?
What was written on Miss Liberty Roach's headstone?
What she spent is lost, what she gave remains with her always. Reader be Charitable p.140
What hurt more than any beating could have?
the look of worry on Mrs. Owens' face p.141
What did Bod paint on the paperweight?
E.H. we don't forget p.143
What is the title of Chapter 5?
Danse Macabre p.144
What was the little couplet Mrs. Owens' sang to herself that Bod had never heard before?
"Rich man, poor man, come away. Come to dance the Macabray." p.144
Who did Bod pass in the ivy covered Egyptian walk?
Mother Slaughter p.146
When had the oldest Bartleby died?
When had the youngest Bartleby died?
How old was Fortinbras Bartleby when he died?
ten years old p.146
What did Fortinbras Bartleby die of?
What holiday is tomorrow night?
Guy Fawkes Night or Halloween p.147
Who called Fortinbras over to her?
Fortinbras grandmother, Louisa Bartleby p.147
How old was Louisa Bartleby?
only 20 years p.147
How had Louisa died?
in childbirth giving birth to twins p.148
What was in Silas' plastic bag?
clothes for Bod p.148
What clothing items did Silas bring to Bod?
a grey sweater the bolor of Bod's winding sheet, a pair of jeans, underwater, and shoes p.148
What color were Bod's sneakers?
pale green p.148
What is a Macabray?
a dance p.149
What did you have to be to dance the Macabray?
alive or dead p.149
How many people came up the path?
three men and a woman p.150
What color were the small 5 petaled flowers?
What were the men and women with the scissors doing?
cut the clump of blossom p.151
Who was Mrs. Caraway?
the Lady Mayoress p.151
How many baskets did the men and women need to fill?
all 4 baskets p.151
Who will get a flower?
everyone in Old Town p.151
What did the third man have?
a beard and a turban p.151
How long has it been since the winter blossom have bloomed?
in 80 years p.152
What did Claretty Jake play his tunes on?
his dusty fiddle p.153
What was coming up on Bod's thumb?
a bead of crimson p.155
What was not a museum and tourist information center?
the Old Town Hall p.156
How were people trickling into the square?
in ones and twos, in families or alone p.156
Who stood beside Bod swaying to the music?
the young woman he had seen earlier pushing a baby buggy p.156
What did the young woman say the msuic was like?
Who did the music remind the young woman of?
her Gran's sister Aunt Clara p.157
Who did Bod recognize in the first row?
Mother Slaughter, Josiah Worthington, the old earl who had been wounded in the Crusades and came home to die, and Doctor Trefusis. p.157
What did Josiah Worthington say to Mrs. Caraway?
"Gracious lady, this I pray: Join me in the Macabray" p.158
What happened as Mrs. Caraway's fingers touched Josiah Worthington's?
the music began once more p.158
Who was Mother Slaughter dancing with?
the man in the turban p.158
Who was dancing with Louisa Bartleby?
the businessman p.158
Who's hand did Mrs. Owens take?
the old newspaper seller's hand p.158
Who took the hand of a small girl?
Mr. Owens p.158
Who did Bod dance with?
Liza Hempstock p.158
Who did Bod dance with after Liza?
Fortinbras Bartleby p.159
Who danced with Miss Borrows?
Abanazer Bolger p.159
Who was not dancing?
What did the grey lady say about her horse?
He is gentle enough to bear the mightiest of you away on his broad back, and strong enough for the smallest of you as well p.161
What room in was taken by a private function?
the Washington Room p.166
What would a rapid glance tell you about the function?
That there were no women there p.166
How many men were at the function?
about a hundred of them p.166
What were the hundred men all wearing?
sober black suits p.166
What was the cherry man announcing?
Good Deeds Done p.168
What did the waiter in the white jacket do?
pour coffee for each of the men at the table p.168
What did the man Jack call the silver-haired man?
Mister Dandy p.169
How many kidney machines were bought in the previous year from their generosity?
Not one, not two, but three kidney machines p.169
What was written on Thackeray Porringer's thombstone?
1720-1734, son of the above p.174
How old had Thackery been when he died?
How many copper pennies had Thackery been given?
8 copper pennies p.174
What was Thackery sent out for?
a half-gallen of red and white striped pain for painting barber's poles p.174
What had Thackery been clutching when he died?
his copy of Robinson Crusoe p.175
Who had been stepping out together for many years?
Miss Euphemia Horsfall and Tom Sands p.176
When had Tom Sands lived and died?
during the Hundred Years War with France p.176
What was written on Miss Euphemia's tombstone?
1861-1883 She Sleeps, Aye, Yes She Sleeps with Angels p.176
Where were there ripe hazelnuts?
in the thicket just beyond the Littlejohn's monument p.177
What class is Bod in?
Eight B p.181
What had Mrs. McKinnon taken up when they had banned smoking in the staff room?
How many boys and girls were in Eight B?
25 boys and girls p.182
How hold was Nick Farthing?
What age could Nick Farthing pass for?
Who was Nick Farthing's friend?
Maureen Quilling p.183
What did everyone call Maureen Quilling?
How many 11 year old did Mo and NIck have trained to hand over their pocket money every week?
8 or 9 p.183
Who's tomb did Bod wait beside?
the tomb of Roderick Persson and his wife Amabella and also his second wife Portunia p.186
What was written on Roderick Persson's tombstone?
They Sleep to Wake Again p.186
What did Amabella suggest?
What did Roderick Persson say that Silas was a member of?
the Honour Guard p.190
What had knocked on the class door?
a year seven who had been sent to borrow a textbook p.192
What had Nick Farthing been dreaming of before it all went wrong?
pirates on a sunny blue sea p.194
What road would take Bod back to Dunstand Road and the graveyard on the hill?
the High Street p.199
Who was Uncle Tam?
Mo's uncle p.201
Who did the police car hit?
What job gave Mo the creeps?
cleaning up the science laps p.205
How often did Mo have to clean up the science labs?
once every two months p.206
Who taught general sciences?
Mrs. Hawkins p.206
What did Thomas R Stout's tombstone say?
1817-1851, Deeply regreted by all who knew him p.209
How many weeks did Miss Lupescu come for Christmas?
three weeks p.211
What had become Miss Lupescu's pet name for Bod?
How old was Scarlett Amber Perkins as she sat on the upper deck of the elderly bus?
Why did Scarlett hate her parents?
for splitting up p.217
Where had Scarlett grown up?
Which bus would take Scarlett from the school gates?
the 97 bus to the City Center p.218
Which bus had Scarlett climbed aboard instead of the 97?
the 121 bus to City Center p.218
What steet did Scarlett want to go to?
Acacia Avenue p.219
Which two buses did the driver tell Scarlett to take?
the 4 or 58 p.219
What is deja vu?
when you feel like you've been somewhere before p.220
What flew up as Scarlett walked into the graveyard?
a magpie p.220
Who was the Spinster of the Parish?
Majella Godspeed p.221
What was written on Majella Godspeed's tombstone?
1791-1870, Lost to All But Memory p.221
What kind of car did the man have?
an elderly green Mini p.223
What was Scarlett's address?
102a Acacia Avenue p.224
What was the man's name?
Jay Frost p.225
What did Scarlet's mom tell Frost to call her?
What kind of meeting did Mr. Frost have to go to?
the Local History Society p.226
Who once threw a pear at Mr. Owens' head?
Mrs. Owens p.230
Where did Mr. and MRs. Owense once dance before Mr. Owense 16 birthday?
his cousin Ned's wedding p.230
What did Nehemiah Trot's gravestone say?
Here lies the mortal remails of Nehemiah Trot Poet, 1741-1774, Swans sing before they die p232
What was Trot's first volume of poems?
A Nosegay of Beauty Assembled for Gentlemen of Quality p.233
What didn't Scarlet want?
a cup of tea or a chocolate biscuit p.237
What was Scarlett's mother cooking for dinner?
a roast chicken p.238
Where are the Dragon's Den caves?
in Krakow on Wawel Hill p.238
Who was Kandar?
a bandage wrappe Assyrian mummy p.239
Where had they lost Haroun?
in a cave far above p.239
Who had let Bod store a cardboard box filled with old paperback novels in their tomb?
Miss Lillibet and Miss Violet p.241
What did Mr. Frost offer to buy Scarlett for lunch?
fish and chips p.241
What did Scarlet and Mr. Frost drench their chips in?
What does Scarlett's mother love?
When did the library date back to?
the beginning of the last century p.243
What did the woman have in her ears
silver hoops p.243
Where was the story about the murder when Scarlett found it?
almost buried on page 5 p.244
What had Bod's birth dad done for a job?
he was an architect p.244
What had been Bod's real parents' names been?
Ronald Dorian and Carlotta p.244
What job did Carlotta have?
a publisher p.244
How old had Bod's parents been?
36 and 34 p.244
Who was Misty?
Bod's dead sister p.244
What had been Bod's family's address?
33 Dunstan Road p.244
Where did Scarlett return the box of microfilm?
at the front desk p.244
How long had Mr. Frost lived in his house?
about 4 months p.245
How late did Mr. Frost stay after dinner?
10 P.M. p.246
What did the Sleer as Bod if he'd be?
Will You Be Our Master? p.250
What did the Sleer say to Bod before he left Bod's mind empty?
Then Find Your Name p.251
What color was the door at Number 33 painted?
bright blue p.251
What color was Mr. Frost's sofa?
extremely purple p.252
What was Frost's hand holding?
a large, sharp knife p.255
What did Bod do when Frost looked away?
How many men stood at the door of Number 33?
4 men p.258
Who was Mr. Tar?
the bull-necked man p.258
What did Jack Ketch have tied around his left forearm?
a black silk cord p.261
What group were the Jacks a part of?
the Jacks of All Trades p.262
What did Scarlett have on her keychain?
a little LED thing on her keyring p.264
What knowledge do the Jacks of All Trades know?
The Old Knowledge p.270
What did the three ancient words open?
the ghoul-gate p.271
Where had Mr. Dandy once been in an earthquake?
in Bangladesh p.273
How far back does Jack's order go?
back before Babylon p.278
How many heads did the Sleer have?
3 heads p.283
What did Noona promise to buy Scarlett?
a phone of her own p.288
What did Silas take from Scarlett?
her memories p.288
What cities were the Jacks having trouble in?
Krakow, Melbourne and Vancouver p.289
How did Miss Lupescu fall?
What did Silas show Bod how to use at the pizza restaurant?
a menu p.290
What did Silas order at the pizza restaurant?
a glass of water and a small salad p.290
What did Silas put on the tabletop?
a ten-pound note p.291
When had Bod begun to no longer see the dead?
in April or May p.295
What did Alonso Tomas Garcia Jones's tombstone read?
1837-1905 Traveler Lay Down Thy Staff p.296
What was the only thing Mother Slaughter's headstone now said?
Who kissed Bod gently on the corner of his lips?
Liza Hempstock p.300
What was op top of the box of mildewed hymn books?
a small leather suitcase p.302
What were the last lines of the song that Mrs Owens remembered?
Face your life, Its pain, its pleasure, Leave no path untaken p.306