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“Time is an illusion until God’s appointed time.”

~Lorilyn Roberts

"Christian fantasy series based on biblical principles."


“…a believable setting is enhanced by snippets of realism, such as people’s limitations. My favourite example being that a person who had studied a language couldn’t fluently understand the native speakers, and this is just one such example of attention to real-life details. Seventh Dimension – The Prescience is a very religion-oriented book, yet there are some original and interesting interpretations of ideas often used in such literature. As a reader, you are rewarded with subtle intricacies which add alternative perspectives and interesting ideas. Good versus evil in the most primal sense. Angels of good against angels of evil, each attempting to turn the tide in their favour….”

“Seventh Dimension – The Prescience is Lorilyn Roberts’ fifth book in her young adult fantasy series, Seventh Dimension. The title itself suggests a powerful story, one where things are known before they actually happen, as only our Savior can do. The plot takes us on a journey through time, from the present day where evil powers are threatening to destroy all of humanity and earth itself, to the past and a completely different world where people continued to struggle with their beliefs if they even had any beliefs. The characters are both believable and realistic and the reader is instantly drawn into the storyline, wanting to learn along with both Shale and Daniel. And there is so much to learn in this story, so much to absorb. Looking forward to Book Six.”

“I have read and enjoyed each book in this series as they have been released and I have to say that this one is the best of the series! Roberts has hit her stride as an author. Each story builds on the one before. Although each can be read as a standalone, the reader could experience some confusion due to not having details from preceding stories. In this story, we get to know Daniel, who has played more of a supporting role in other books. It takes us ever closer to the end of time. It is clearly a Christian take on how history will end.

“Daniel and Shale are in Jerusalem in their quest to find Daniel’s father who is somehow connected with the “portals” that make time travel possible. Bombs falling everywhere. They become guardians of an orphan girl. Daniel’s mother dies. While betrothed, Shale longs to be married but events keep happening that prevent even the planning of a wedding. Daniel comes to understand his calling—one of 144,000 witnesses who will die by martyrdom! Perhaps we will find in the next in the series how that works out for Shale? Fast-paced action—a 21st century man chariot racing—keeps the reader engaged from the first page.”

“I spent most of the time I read this book on the edge of my chair in anticipation. Although I know with Biblical surety that what God has said will happen in the future, the characters and story in this wonderful series have truly kept me engaged and excited to find out what is next for them. With some series I feel that the author is in a rush to finish up, but I don’t get that vibe from Lorilyn Roberts at all. Every book has been perfectly plotted and tightly written. I can hardly wait for the next one!”

“Seventh Dimension – The Prescience is a wonderful fast-paced novel full of unexpected twists and turns. Lorilyn Roberts is a masterful writer of suspense, and her writing grows with each book in the series. This can be read without having read the earlier books, but I wouldn’t recommend it. There are many details and references back to the earlier books that this one builds on, and this leaves many details waiting to be drawn together in the final book in the series.

“If a good book is one that grabs you and pulls you into its world, this is a great book. It had me fully engrossed from the very first page, to continue Shale and Daniel tortuous path through the present and the first century, in their search for Daniel’s father, but it moves so fast that little is explained – which leaves much for that final volume.

“As in life, the spiritual world interweaves our natural realities. Here that interweaving is brought out and exposed with wonderfully real descriptions of key historical events. The author has done her research very thoroughly, so that these events are so much more than simply the backdrop to the story. They impact the protagonists at their points of need and will draw you in too, as you follow with them.

“I highly recommend this Seventh Dimension Series for a wide variety of excellent reasons – not least it is an excellent, imaginative, action-packed read.” 

“A dynamic beginning draws you straight into this book, and then you are held by some compulsive storytelling, strong characters, and wonderful atmospherics. And though aimed at young adults, it can be enjoyed by all ages. I rate this inspirational thriller the best of the Seventh Dimension Series.”

Seventh Dimension – The Prescience: A Young Adult Fantasy, is the fifth book in the Seventh Dimension Series that combines contemporary, historical, and fantasy elements into a Christian “coming-of-age” story.

When bombs fall on Jerusalem, Shale and Daniel rescue an orphan and return to the first century. Amid supernatural tribulation, they attempt to unravel the mysterious disappearance of Daniel’s father and the goal of the New World Order. When multiple realities collide, God reveals once again time is an illusion until the appointed times.


2018 Pinnacle Award Winner for Young Adult

2018 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist

2018 International Book Award Finalist – Visionary Category

2018 International Book Award Finalist – Book Cover Design: Fiction

2018 Readers Favorite Silver Medal Winner for YA Christian Fantasy

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What is the Seventh Dimension?  “A spiritual kingdom lies all about us, enclosing us, embracing us, altogether within reach of our inner selves, waiting for us to recognize it. God Himself is here waiting our response to His Presence. This eternal world will come alive to us the moment we begin to reckon upon its reality.” – A. W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God.