Lift the Lid Scavenger Hunt Contest

Get Your Name in My Next Book! 
Enter the Lift the Lid Scavenger Hunt
Step 1: Get your hands on a copy of “The Canticle Kingdom.” 
Step 2: Visit www.writermike.com to find the questions.
Step 3: Read “The Canticle Kingdom” and answer the questions based on what you read. 
Step 4: Be the first to answer all of the questions correctly to win!
 Begin the Hunt Today!

Scavenger Hunt 
1.       Where does the Many-Named-One get his names? 
 
2.       A famous German scientist is portrayed by one of the characters.  Name the scientist and the character and what clues you have to support this.  
3.       A famous German political figure is portrayed by one of the characters.  Name the figure and the character and what clues you have to support this.  
4.       A famous knight from German literature is portrayed by one of the characters.  Name the knight and the character and what clues you have to support this.  
5.       A famous demon from German literature is portrayed by one of the characters.  Name the demon and the character and what clues you have to support this. 
6.       A famous German musician is portrayed by one of the characters.  Name the musician and the character and what clues you have to support this.  
7.       Idar-Oberstein is an actual German city with a famous export and a famous church.  What is that famous export and why was the church built into the side of the mountain (die Felsenkirche) built according to legend? 
8.       In the first few chapters, Brigitta starts speaking in German to Johann.  What does she say to him?
9.       There is a German inscription on the music that Johann finds at the beginning of the story.  What does it mean?
10.   What does the word “Canticle” mean?
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