Musing Mondays is hosted by Miz B in Should be Reading.
For this week's musing, Miz B, created a little twist of the meme. It's like a round robin kind of thingy. I'm answering AlleluiLu's question:
Have you ever read the first book in a series that bothered you and were you able to walk away from the series or did you read the rest of the books just to find out what happened next or if things got better? Was it worth it?
I don't think I've ever walked away from a series. Even if the first book did not hold that much interest for me, I always get suckered by the second book. Curiosity always get the best of me. If the books don't have that much hook, I'm always optimistic that maybe the succeeding books will save the previous books. Sometimes the succeeding book can redeem the previous books and sometimes it's not worth it (and I would blame myself the whole why I wasted my hours reading the crap). I've always been (over and over again) a victim of the "Curiosity killed the cat".
Next question will be: "Have you ever read a book from your most favorite author that disappointed you, bordering on removing her/him from your list of favorite authors?