I really enjoyed this novel; but it's a hard sell here in the Bible belt, since he's taking on religion. I just loved the characters and situations they found themselves facing. I enjoy his writing tremendously. Can't wait for another novel from Mr. Ferguson.
Found the book a boring read. HeCraig Ferguson should keep his job a comedian. There was nothing funny about this book. It pained me to get through this book. I think alot of the absurdety in this book was linked back to his drug and boozing days.
Crossing my fingers for the sequel!
I had to read Craig Ferguson’s novel quickly in preparation for seeing The Late Late Show in LA on an upcoming epic vacation. I also had to quickly get stoned and watch Saving Grace, a movie about pot that he wrote and starred in.
The things that happen between the bridge and the river are very funny and better than I expected if I had expected a late-night host to write fiction at all. My only complaint is that I wish it had been a bit more obvious and a bit less zany.
I liked this book much more than I expected too. Ferguson is a natural storyteller, and does a wonderful job of creating fully defined and real characters. No one is perfect, no one is completely beyond redemption...unless by their own choice. The style is slightly Tom Robbins-y, which I loved, and the humor is dry and on the money. A really good read.
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