Review of: Dr. Tower's Babel 

reviewed by dreamtowrite on 02/01/2011
Credited Review
dreamtowrite
Babbling on the Dr. Tower's Babel Credited Review
Your short story held my attention. However, I do not remember the main character's name. Despite my lack of memory, I must admit that your idea that Science and God are one in the same was quite intriguing. This review is not a debate on whether I agree with you or not. I won't do that to you.
The reading level of your short story is college-level perhaps high school honors English. There were two people babbling in your short story, Dr. Tower and the main character.
The plot type of your short is a quest. Even though, your main character did not travel to a galaxy far, far away; his mental journey was very entertaining. His "I refuse to change my mind about religion" attitude made him believable. I really wanted to dislike him for being so stubborn. But his stubbornness was the fuel that encourage me to continue reading your short story.
The dialogue, I like the dialogue. It was easy to follow, but I'm not an expert on dialogue.
Keep up the good work. I really enjoy the short story.

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