I wasn’t sure what to expect when I began, “Metallic Dreams”, and I’m still not sure that I could categorize it. I loved this book from beginning to end. It is a wonderful mixture of Urban-Fantasy, humor, and relatable characters. I laughed several times, and it hooked from the very beginning. Spark MacDubh falls dead in the snow one night, but is given a second chance by the Metal Gods. Driven by a new purpose, Spark sets out to get his old band back together, only to have his success measured by the devil himself.The book goes through Spark’s childhood, and explains how he became friends with each member of the band, before returning to his resurrection, but this in no way takes away from the story; it enhances it.I would recommend this book to anyone who loves to read over the age of 18. I would say, anyone who loves urban fantasy, but this was out of my normal genre and I loved it.