I just finished reading High Fidelity over the weekend. When I was about half way through the book, I noticed the movie was on one of the cable movie channels, so I recorded it, and ended up watching it almost immediately after I finished the book. As is normally the case, I thought the book was better than the movie only because it was able to go more in depth. But the movie was a pretty good adaptation -- it was entertaining to get to the point that i had read THAT DAY where I could really tell exactly which dialogue was lifted straight from the book.
Next, I started Citizen Girl. About 70 pages in, I'm enjoying it so far. It's written by the same two who wrote Nanny Diaries. They use the same device in this one referring to the main character as "Girl" (as it was with Nanny in their first book). I found that entertaining in Nanny Diaries, but it's slightly distracting in this one. But it's good enough so far that i'm looking for time to sit down and read, which is always a good sign.
Next up -- I went to Barnes and Noble today to wander through the fiction section, and bought Dedication (also by the Nanny Diaries writers) and Sister Mine by Tawni O'Dell. I've been waiting for Sister Mine to come out in paperback, so I'm really looking forward to that one.