- Publisher: Create Space
- Available in: Paperback and Kindle
- ISBN: 978-1480081178
- Published: October 15, 2012
Sequel to “The Lost Dome of Atron,” “The Redemption of Atron, Book Three” picks up two years after the Unidans find the missing half of Gran’s parchment that enables them to find the Lost Dome and save the planet Atron from a deadly drought. Candra and Eric, now married, are working to reunite the Unidans and the Toldens by helping them come to know The One and His ways. Brinid, the Tolden girl who had carried the other parchment half in her knapsack since losing her parents in an insurrection years before, now lives in Unidan. Brinid is suffering from unexplainable nightmares that have caused her to pull away from Gran and the rest of the family. Every few days she escapes to be alone at her private place in the forest. One day a mysterious stranger interrupts Brinid?s solitude. Although he appears kind and caring, she runs off when he tries to help her. Through this stranger’s kind persistence and talk about redemption Brinid’s curiosity overcomes her resistance to talk about the nightmares. With Gran and the stranger’s help, Brinid experiences The One’s healing presence in her nightmares, redeeming the evil and turning it to good. Nathan, who has loved Brinid since she first came to Unidan, is concerned and patient with her withdrawal, willing to help however he can. On a trip to the Dome to hunt down mutant beasts descended from bad experiments done in the past by Brasald, a Tolden ancestor, (Book Two) the two are able to reconnect. Before the route to the old Dome can be safe enough for all to travel, the Unidans and Toldens, now working together, must find and capture the rebellious Tolden soldiers/guards who have fled to the forest, plotting how they can undo all that the Unidans and Toldens have done to reunite their peoples and make changes in the Tolden city. In Book Three, unanswered questions from Book Two, The Genesis of Atron, are resolved by evidence of The One’s redemptive work.