The Evaran Chronicles II: The Lost Ship | The Rift Impact

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Title: The Lost Ship

Series: The Evaran Chronicles II

Book #: 0

Publisher: Quantum Edge Publishing

Published: 11/19/2023

Narrator: Michael Wolfe


The Evaran Chronicles II Prequel

Sometimes it’s better to be quiet in a galactic forest.

Captain Herix Trellis just wanted to command the UPS Alpaca, not fight to the death against a vicious reptilian alien species known as the Gorkeens. One year after crash-landing on an unknown planet and with his crew dispersed, there isn’t much hope of a rescue.

One issue is they got there by a portal they couldn’t avoid, and now they have no idea where they are or when. Another problem is that over half the crew has been enslaved and used for food. It also doesn’t help that another third of the crew escaped and has not been heard from since.

Enter Evaran and M, two cosmic beings who travel through space, time, and beyond to help those in need. They, along with Herix and his group, need to rescue the other human survivors and bring justice to the Gorkeens while also navigating galactic politics.

Audio Sample

The sample I chose is chapter 1.

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Series Note

This is the prequel for the The Evaran Chronicles II. This book serves as another entry point into the Evaranverse, and timeline-wise, comes after The Final Evolution, Book 15 of The Evaran Chronicles. However, it is not critical to have read any othe rbook in the Evaranverse for this book. This is a novella that covers the second Evaran's first adventure. It serves as an introduction to Evaran's new form as well as his various technologies, and some of the philosophies that he stands for.


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Michael Wolfe

Michael is a New York based actor, voice artist, director, and producer. He grew up in Chicago prior to studying at the University of Arizona in Tucson, and obtaining his Masters in Acting and Directing from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Michael has performed throughout the country at companies including The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Martha's Vineyard Playhouse, Florida Studio Theatre, the Unicorn Theatre, and Texas Shakespeare Festival. On television he has appeared on shows including The Good Wife, Saturday Night Live, Rescue Me, Guiding Light, and All My Children. On film he has appeared in Pee Wee's Big Holiday and The Understudy.

Michael is also one of the founding members and the current Artistic Director of The Hyperion Theatre Company. Under Michael's leadership, the company has produced seven seasons of original commedia dell'arte which has toured from New York City to Chicago and Kansas City. The company has worked twice with Teatro Franco Parenti in Milan to bring Shakespeare productions from the United States to Italy. In addition, every production has partnered with charitable organizations to give back to the community. The Hyperion Theatre Company has worked to raise money for The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, The Jake Pastel Cancer Fund, The Breast Cancer Fund, Hope House, The U.S.O., Autism Speaks, and Emergency.

As a voice artist, Michael has produced over 50 audio book titles, available at Michael has worked with writers including JA Sanchez, Chris Adkins, Stacy Lynn Carroll, Shelley K Wall, Jamie Sheffield, and many others.

Michael lives in Astoria with his two dogs, Baxter and Joplin.