"How to be Good". I saw "High Fidelity" and "About a Boy", loved them as movies but am entirely uncertain about their merits as literature based on a strange suspicion of writers who churn out one sell-the-movie-rights after another. So I haven't read either, and got this one instead. I hope it's good, so I can read the other two books and they'll be better than the movies, even minus John Cusack.
Anybody have an opinion on this guy?