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How does benet use setting to create a mood of suspense and hold your interest by the waters of Babylon?

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Ramon Kelly on October 30, 2018

He uses setting and makes some rules, like people are not allowed to go to the east and no one is allowed to touch metal only by preisets and these rules create a strict mood in the history and fear and how it travels and makes us questions like when they were talking about the forbidden domain of the Gods. Makes you think, Where are you? What is it? The suspense was also there when the guy was having a conflict with himself. Was he really going to commit to travelling to this forbidding place?

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