Between the Bridge and the River by Craig Ferguson (host of the Late Late Show and known to many as Mr. Wick from the Drew Carey Show) was a pretty good book. It starts out seeming like it will be a story about the relationship between two young boys, but then they reach high school, stop talking, and grow apart. It's also about two brothers who try to make their way in Hollywood. It's about finding God and what makes you happy.
Overall, it was a decent book, but a little hard for me to get into. It seemed to jump between these characters who had very little connection to each other and then into chapters of a character telling a story. There are also scenes and chapters of at least one character having a dream/hallucination. It is not a lighthearted book. There are some very R and X-rated scenes, which I can normally handle, but some of the characters are just such disgusting people that it was a bit more revolting than it might normally be.
The book does have some pretty funny parts, which is not at all surprising considering that the writer is a comedian. The writing style is good, even if I didn't find the plot particularly grabbing until it got closer to the end. I did like the message that seems to come from the book. It doesn't say that one has to find God in order to be happy, but one should at least be a good person. One of the main characters says that the primary rule in life is to help others.
I think I would read something else by Craig Ferguson, although I admit I expected this book to be a bit more on the humorous side. It did show that there is more to him than just the funny guy we see on stage.