The Three

With the dawn following Three Days of Darkness, 17-year-old Leo wakens to a strangely altered Earth, in terrain he doesn’t recognize. Together with his brother Conan and the mysterious girl Inanna, the three face challenges both mystical and physical as they discover the purpose of their survival.

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This book is both profoundly moving and an absolute joy to read. The importance of embracing True Self, fighting the enemy of fear within, is a truth that stares straight into the soul. And all of this is so beautifully balanced by the joyful spirits and humorous natures of the characters. I feel a deeper sense of purpose and responsibility for my actions and the future of our world after reading The Three. This book is a light that the world needs.

Frankie Fairweather Harman

Stunning. A wildly vivid and epic tale into all worlds and realms. Bearing wisdom, knowledge and truths that are rarely seen in todays modern perspective. Inspiration for the soul and guidance to remembering our all knowingness. Delightful and energetic. Couldn’t put it down. A must, must read!


The worst part of this book is that it ends. The richness and intricacy of The Three stands out from that of any other literary work. This novel is an inspiring tale of the physical and emotional endurance of humans, higher guidance from mystical beings, and the future of Earth. The question is not if, but when, and how we can rise up to adapt to inevitable change. I’ll be waiting, impatiently, for a second book.


Roberta Dawn McMorrow spins a magnificent tale, taking us into a post-apocalyptic world in which we are invited to remember the ancient magic and medicine that can save us still. Through her three young protagonists, she shows us how if we are to keep the forces of darkness at bay, we must each find the light within ourselves. Rich in spiritual insight and strong storytelling, this is a novel to rouse the heart in challenging times. One person found this helpful

Bruce W. Thompson

The Three beautifully weaves together past traditions from cultures all over the globe and a future Armageddon that seems all too real and pending. Following three teenagers forced into maturity, Roberta explores the ideas of family, loss, bravery, and belonging. This story offers so much wisdom and insight into our trying world; I could hardly set it down. I finished the book feeling like more good exists in our world than anything else. It is a must read!

Josie Frazer

As an undergraduate at Yale, a reader for a literary magazine, and aspiring English major -- this book blew me away, for real. This novel is about three teenagers who come together after the world has drastically changed, wildfires have swept through the country, mountains have shifted, climate apocalypse is imminent and what these three main characters have to guide them is their unity, their intuitions, and ancestral tradition. This book asks a question of our current world today -- where are we headed? What has gone wrong and what has gone right? When it feels like everything around us is disaster (fire, flood, intolerance, bigotry), this novel lets us know that all can be recreated if we just pay a little better attention. Attention to the past, the present, and the future. Attention to old ways of life, to dreams and the spirit world, to one another as whole people. It's a joy to follow these three teenagers along their adventures, as they face the dangers of this reimagined world that feels so real and so magical all at once!

Amelia Browne