RaveThe Boston GlobeA life so consequential, and by turns tragic and triumphant, is catnip for biographers. Yet when an editor asked John A. Farrell to tell Kennedy’s story, Farrell wondered: Is there anything fresh to say? ... He correctly decided there was ... The book is perhaps strongest in Farrell’s accounting of the complex relationship between Kennedy and Nixon ... No hagiography ... The many paradoxes of Ted Kennedy are reflected here.