REVIEW: “The Hall of Being” by T. K. Rex

Review of T. K. Rex, “The Hall of Being,” Luna Station Quarterly 51 (2022): Read online. Reviewed by Sara L. Uckelman.

SF stories don’t incorporate religion often enough, so Rex’s story, which weaves together, poetry and ritual, science and religion, from the start predisposed me to like it. When the religious aspect were not monolithic, but diverse and varied across cultures, I liked it even more. And when she started poking fun at traditional theism and citing medieval philosophers? I knew I was in for a real treat! This was a wonderful mixture of mysticism and rationalism, and I really enjoyed it.

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