Plot Hole | Podium Audio

Wake of the Ravager

Plot Hole

Book 2

By: Macronomicon

Performed by: Steve Campbell

Released: April 25, 2023

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 22 hr, 26 min

Riding high after successfully defending his home country, Calvin is assigned as Kala’s bodyguard on a diplomatic mission to Uleis, a merchant nation with whom a deal must be struck to ensure Gadvera’s continued survival.
But Uleis is run by a secretive cabal of powerful cultists, and when Calvin crosses them in typical Calvinian fashion, they do to him the same thing they do to all their problems: toss him in a hole from which there is no return.




Macronomicon was struck by lightning* the moment he was born, granting him superhuman abilities** that allow him to tell stories unlike anything people have ever heard before while simultaneously poking fun at the underlying tropes. He grew up on a steady diet of sci-fi fantasy blends, and took to the LitRPG genre like a fish to numerically enhanced magical water. He lives in Alaska, where his internet has to walk fifteen miles through the snow each day to get to a router, and he finds the occasional moment to write between constantly charging at bears. Now he writes off-beat (mostly) intelligent, free-thinking protagonists who use their minds to overcome their struggles wherever possible. He has a visceral disdain for the punch-wizard.



Steve Campbell

Steve Campbell is a Canadian Narrator, versed in British and American accents, who has recorded over 135 titles, totaling over a thousand finished hours of audiobooks, equal to 10,000,000 words. He won the Independent Audiobook Award in 2019 for YA (Watcher by AJ Eversley - co-narrated with Chelsea Stephens). Steve has also been interviewed for an article in the Wall Street Journal and has been on multiple podcasts and is a member of SAG-AFTRA. Steve is happily married to his high school sweetheart and they have two sons together. He’s a huge fan of movies and comics, and didn’t discover his love for reading until he was 20 and hasn’t looked back.