This document contains questions that you can use in your classroom for multiple reasons.
If you like to give reading check quizzes, you can certainly use these questions to create your own multiple choice questions or assign varied short answer questions.
If you like to conference one on one with students, you can use one of these questions to get a conversation started with a reader, then continue with follow-up questions based on student responses.
You can give the list of questions to small groups for review and jigsaw the students to cover the material in a reading.
I do not recommend giving this entire list to students at the beginning of the novel and assigning them for homework. Students should take their own reading notes. I highly recommend the Notice and Note Reading Log by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst or a double entry log.
Another way I like to use these questions is to have students compare my questions to their own about the reading, They usually have questions prepared that are quite relevant and aligned with the ones I have.
Finally, you will notice that I try to use universal language within the questions to assume the students have read. I do not give away key plot points within the questions, and that is purposeful.