Stephanie Plum Series by Janet Evanovich
I enthusiastically gobbled up the first fifteen or so books in this series. However, by the eighteenth installment, my interest started to wain. The series, in my opinion, became stagnant and the books were no longer as funny as they once were. It also drove me crazy that Stephanie's hamster, Rex, never aged and she still couldn't make up her mind between Morelli and Ranger.
Divergent Series by Veronica RothI enjoyed the first book and the four smaller prequel stories in this series. The second book, Insurgent, was okay. By the time I got around to reading the third one, several people I know had already read it and had expressed how much they disliked it. I kept putting it off and putting it off until it finally became apparent that I had lost interest in the story as a whole.
Crazy Rich Asians Series by Kevin KwanI thought the first book in this series, Crazy Rich Asians, was hilarious! I really had a lot of laugh out loud moments! But, with the second installment the funniness started to wain and most of the characters and their circumstances became hard to relate to.
Women's Murder Club Series by James Patterson
I think I read the first three books in this series and then my interest just wained. I don't know why, it just did, and as more time has passed, I haven't missed it.
Sisterhood Series by Ann Brashares
The first one was good but the story in general didn't pique my interest enough to read the second one.
Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling
I was late to game in reading this uber popular book. Although it was entertaining, it wasn't my cup of tea. I couldn't see myself reading any further.
Bridget Jones Series by Helen Fielding
I was perfectly fine with the way this book ended and wasn't interested in reading any more.
Good Thief's Guide Series by Chris Ewan
To be perfectly honest, I found this book to be average and it didn't make much of an impression on me. I saw no point in continuing the series.
Chet and Bernie Mystery Series by Spencer Quinn
The first book in the series was cute and all, but I simply wasn't interested enough to read the next one.
The Friday Night Knitting Club Series by Kate Jacobs
I enjoyed this book but was perfectly fine with the way it ended. I had absolutely no desire to know what the next book had in store.
Is there a book series that you've given up on and don't plan to finish? How do you feel about abandoning a series that you've begun?
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