Dirty Jobs (Bad Metal #2) was a great continuation of Wrecked (Bad Metal #1), picking up right where the first one left off. Highly anticipated after reading #1, this book did not let me down at all. It had the same action and mischief with a little bit of mystery "who-dun-it" mixed in.
The detail of the metal that went bad was good enough that I had a great visual in my head of the way they looked and moved, in my off times from reading my head actually believed it was a movie that I had to get back to. The clash between one city run authority and another made for a good addition; just as FBI vs local police is always fun with the local police going behind the FBI's back and solving the problem. Just like the prequel, there is a lot of violence, destruction, close calls, and crude banter; everything that made the first one so great.
I recommend reading the first book first and then directly following it with this one. Read together it flows nicely and doesn't leave you disappointed that there is not more. That being said, I will be a "day one" purchaser of Bad Metal #3 if there is one coming!