For whatever reason, sometimes a book just doesn’t connect with readers. Maybe it’s a recycled story that has been done to death. Maybe unrealistic characterization is to blame. Maybe, just maybe, readers love a book so much that they feel cheated, despondent and contract a case of the “post-book devouring” blues. In any case, not all reading experiences are good ones. This week’s LitStaff pick concerns the books we’ve regretted reading. Let us know what you think, LitStackers. What books do you wish you hadn’t read? We want to hear from you!