The King

The King After a series of devastating events a gifted seventeen year old Israeli boy becomes the focus of a wager between good and evil Marked by one he travels to first century Israel and meets a doctor wh

  • Title: The King
  • Author: Lorilyn Roberts
  • ISBN: 9781500785888
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • After a series of devastating events, a gifted seventeen year old Israeli boy becomes the focus of a wager between good and evil Marked by one, he travels to first century Israel and meets a doctor who becomes his mentor.When he unwittingly makes a pact with the devil and the girl he loves is betrothed to another, his life takes a different course until his eyes are opeAfter a series of devastating events, a gifted seventeen year old Israeli boy becomes the focus of a wager between good and evil Marked by one, he travels to first century Israel and meets a doctor who becomes his mentor.When he unwittingly makes a pact with the devil and the girl he loves is betrothed to another, his life takes a different course until his eyes are opened Trapped in the seventh dimension, how far will God go to save him Read the first chapter at lorilynroberts the_king_bo
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    • Literary Classics Book Awards & Reviews says:

      The King, by Lorilyn Roberts, is the highly engaging story of Daniel, a young boy who aspires to become a doctor. His family is Jewish, but they do not practice their faith. In fact, Daniel is not sure if he even believes in God. When he unexpectedly finds himself transported in time to the days of Jesus, he is granted a front row seat to events that actually took place in the bible. He meets John the Baptist, Pontius Pilate, and is witness to the spectacle of a mute whose speech is miraculously [...]

    • Hannah says:

      I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. The King is the second book in Lorilyn Roberts's Seventh Dimension series. Though this is a series, I feel that the books could be read out of order and be enjoyed just as much. At least the first two can.Daniel is a Jew, albeit one who doesn't practice his Jewish heritage. He lives in Israel, and during the time we start the book they are in a middle of a war. To summarize these events, he opens a door and is transported to the [...]

    • Sofia T. (♥ Dimitri Belikov) says:

      This is the second book in the Seventh Dimension series but it can definitely read as a standalone.Daniel, a young boy who lives in Israel in the middle of a war, wishes to become a doctor. Although his family is Jewish, Daniel isn’t sure if he believes in God. Until something impossible happens. He opens a door and he is literally transported back to the time when Rome ruled and Jesus of Nazareth was alive. There he encounters his students, his followers and his haters but ultimately he witne [...]

    • Felicia Mires says:

      One young man’s Jewish faith comes into strong conflict with the increasing terror in modern Israel. At a point when he isn’t sure if God is there, he is catapulted into the past to the days when Jesus walked the earth. His confusion as he comes to grips with life in an archaic setting is well written. The attitudes, the customs, even the food and clothing are completely foreign and portrayed with skill by the author. Daniel develops friendships and plans for his future, even though he isn [...]

    • Isabella says:

      I got the book from Librarything. I wish I read the first book. I really liked this book, I just wish like to start with the first book and go from there. I'm not much on spoiling and telling you what's in it.

    • Lorilyn Roberts says:

      This is my book. I was trying to add it to my list of published books and somehow it ended up in the review section. I could use some reviews if anyone would like to be review it.

    • Bethany Marks says:

      I am so glad that authors like Lorilyn Robert write about demons, the occult, physic reading and differing sources of power. Seventh Dimension is definitely edgy and creative, including a ventriloquist, mind reader, a person who hears animals talk and a clairvoyant. There are lots of animals including, a donkey, rabbit, horses and several crows. You never know what is going to come next. Ms. Roberts peels back and looks into the spirit realm, showcasing the battle of life—good and evil. And, [...]

    • Alexandra says:

      Having enjoyed the first novel in this series I was enthusiastic to read this book, the second novel in the series. I adore young adult novels (despite being far older than a young adult!) and this novel did not disappoint. The novel is a wonderful, and intriguing, mix of historical, spiritual, and supernatural, all merged into an imaginative story. The story moves at a fast and engaging pace, and the plot is full of adventure, fantasy, history, and interesting settings and characters. For those [...]

    • Bob Neumann says:

      Okay, sorry I sort of wrote a review in the comments area, but let me say that this book was given to me as a gift by Lorilyn Roberts. I know GOD must have told YOU I needed to read it. So thank You, BAT ZION. This is a time/dimension traveling tale unlike anything I have ever read. The premise and the plot line flows around Daniel, an Israeli youth from 2015 who, during an attack on Jerusalem is thrown through a door to 30AD. Now I hate to throw spoilers into any review, so no details. So many [...]

    • Selma Verde says:

      Good Read!Great book for the YA reader. Was a great continuation of book #1 The Door, but could be read as a stand alone book.

    • J.L. Rallios says:

      An original preteen to teen fantasy that I enjoyed very much, even though I had left those years far behind me (except in my heart). It was a real page-turner, in which Daniel, a Jewish boy in modern-day Jerusalem, is mysteriously transported to 1st century Palestine where he finds that as a time-traveler he is not alone. It is a coming-of-age story full of spiritual insight that left me wanting more -- and looking forward to "The Castle." Note: This is an honest review that was given in exchang [...]

    • Deborah says:

      I loved this book. I haven't read the first in the series but i will need to go back and do that. I really enjoyed the chemistry between Daniel and Shale. What an exciting time to time travel to. To the time of Jesus. I'm fascinated by time travel and would volunteer in a second to try it. It was also a great look at the Jewish faith. It wasn't preaching or trying to be overly religious. I think it was a perfect balance of religion and science (time travel) and interactions of people. I'm lookin [...]

    • Jim Baton says:

      Lorilyn Roberts The King is a well-crafted tale of a young man’s struggles to understand his identity, his destiny and his faith. Like many youth who have to leave home to discover who they really are, Daniel has to travel back in time to Palestine in the time of Jesus to find himself. I especially enjoyed the layers of natural and spiritual realms that illustrated Daniel’s journey was both physical and spiritual. I expect readers will enthusiastically want to devour the entire series.

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