The Escape

By: J.B Stamper

What J.B makes suspenseful.

He Makes the story suspenseful by using short brief descriptions that keep you wondering.

One example is when he describes the slight crack. When he says he sees the crack in the bricks in-between lighting strikes it makes you wonder if he is loosing his mind or if he actually has a way to get out. Another way is when he goes down the thin sharp hallway and his hands are getting cut and he has rats crawling all over his feet and hands. Finally at the end of the story when he gets to the end and he sees the moonlight but finds it just to be another set of iron bars and the remains of the previous prisoner.

All Examples used from the story "The Escape"

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