This book is not nearly as good as the first book in the series. As other reviewers have said (and more eloquently) Harlan is a complete different person from the one we left at the end of The Front Runner. And the plot with the second shooter (and the reveal at the end) made Billy’s death seem less about Billy and his haters and more about Harlan and his past. That just made me angry. So for me, some parts of this book didn’t really happen. Wishfull ignoarance FTW.Vince’s character development saved this book to be honest. I’m still going to read Billy’s Boy, though.