of all the beastly, slushy, out-of-the-way places to live in, this is the worst! Pathway's a bog, and the road's a torrent!
Better to let it burn
Setting is where and when a story or event takes place.
Foreshadowing occurs when a writer provides hints that suggest future events in a story. Foreshadowing can propel the plot forward by building suspense, fueling readers' desire to find out what happens next.
Suspense is the sense of growing tension, fear, and excitement felt by the reader. When a story is suspenseful, the reader becomes increasingly curious about what will happen next.