There was a book I read when I first started accepting advanced copies that I really didn't care for. That was back when I'd accept any type of book. I had high hopes for it at first, but it didn't take long for me to realize it wasn't my cup 'o tea! It was called THE WENTWORTHS by Katie Arnoldi. It was described to me as a dark satire about a dysfunctional, wealthy west coast family. Truthfully, it was borderline erotica, which I have no problem with, but the characters were very disturbing. I didn't like ANY of them. I did read the whole book, but afterwards I sat and asked myself, Why did I just waste my time on that? I didn't come away from it with anything redeaming. Granted, there were other reviewers who liked the book and thought it was funny. But in my case, I didn't see any humor in it at all.
Fortunately, I haven't had any other similiar experiences. I don't always love all the books I read, but I can usually find something about them that I like.
Is there a book you wish you could 'unread'?