When the small Southwestern town of Albuquerque is beset with yoga students transformed into demoniacally possessed zombies organized by the leader of Hell itself and led by "The Beast" Aleister Crowley, the survivors must unite and fight off the hordes from below - lest the boundaries between the land of the living the world of the damned be removed altogether!
The story was good; a bit different than my usual read. The narrator definitely kept it interesting. His character voices were awesome and his voice was pleasant and matched the story well. He spoke very clearly as well.
I would recommend it for the genre.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
If you are looking for a quick story for a fair price, then choose this book. The narrator does a great job with the vocal differentiation. I felt like this was could be an episode of South Park. It's a foolish satire coated in shock humor with a few dumb jokes with good timing thrown in for extra measure. If you enjoy that type of humor, then this is for you.
What about Michael Rubino’s performance did you like?
I think the narrator, Mr. Rubino, made a huge difference in my enjoyment of this audiobook. He provided enough emotion to make the story interesting, and made the characters believable.