J: A Novel Setting

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Port Reuben

Port Reuben is a coastal village in the south of the country. It is an idyllic, rustic place which still adheres to a lot of traditions and old customs despite OPERATION ISHMAEL. Nevertheless, the place is beset with government spies. Port Reuben serves as the main setting for the novel, being isolated and peaceful until the murders. Port Reuben is the home of Kevern, who was born and raised there by his parents. They in turn sought out the safety and isolation of Port Reuben to avoid persecution. Due to the area’s traditional values, the people of Port Reuben looked the other way and harbored the couple. Ailinn and Ez move to Port Reuben for unknown reasons to the reader, only later for it to be revealed that Ez hopes Ailinn and Kevern will marry and have children. Port Reueben, formerly known as Ludgvennok, was renamed...

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