The second book in the series continues the gross misogyny, homophobia, racism, abelism and everything else bad that you can cram in a written format.
As for the story itself. It’s also a continuation of what was started in book one and now gets into the meat and potatoes of what’s going on. The title of course tells you what you find out in this book, which should be blatant from the first book.
Overall the book spends too much time driving all over the road with concerns about Heath, to which I was just hoping he’d just up and die. He doesn’t, unfortunately in this book.