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Seventh Dimension - The City: A Young Adult Fantasy (Seventh Dimension Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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The demonic delights to hide, just as C S Lewis so wonderfully describes in his Screwtape Letters. Roberts here pulls the curtains back in a very different and equally plausible way, exposing the demonic behind many aspects of current events and attitudes.
These books are very well written with great attention to detail and atmosphere. The author has drawn heavily on her own experience to give the locations that realistic feel. So the series is a masterful blending of current events with historical ones from the time of Jesus, but the fast moving plot, full of unexpected twists and turns can readily be appreciated by any age group.
Like many others, I eagerly await the next book in the series.
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Superb writing—characters are either likeable or hate-able, the plot never lags, and sentences flow like silk.
I particularly enjoyed the ending. Roberts’ treatment of “the end of days” was true to history and Scripture as well as being memorable. By that I mean, the word pictures she draws for you stay with you for days—especially the descriptions of Sheol.
I would definitely recommend this book for the YA audience. However, any adult would also enjoy it. I certainly did and I’m a great grandmother! The City has everything: historical fiction, fantasy, romance, and adventure. What more could you ask for!
An adventure filled story that brings understanding and life to Bible prophecy. Exciting, captivating. I never knew what was going to happen next. It kept me up at night reading. A good read. Very well written. - Andrew Colby, 14 years old