I think I was the same with that one. Some books are just like that!
I feel like I've read a bunch of things lately.
- Skin Game, the last of the currently-existing Dresden Files books. It was fun. I'll read more when they exist, but I won't stress about the wait until they do.
- Stephen King's Bazaar of Bad Dreams short story collection. Some of them were decent, some were dumb. None were amazing that I recall. Only recommended for hardcore fans who feel like they want to read everything he writes.
- Bands of Mourning, the latest Mistborn book. I find that I really don't care much about this trilogy, although I really loved the first three books. This book didn't really interest me until about 85% of the way in, but it did finally get my attention.
- Calamity, the last of Brandon Sanderson's Reckoners series. It was good, finished up the series satisfactorily.
- Red Rising. No sir, I didn't like it. Someone thought "Ooh, The Hunger Games was popular, and people like 'reality' shows where everyone stabs each other in the back. I should make a book of that."
- Who Censored Roger Rabbit? It's pretty different from the movie, but I quite liked it. It's a noir-y book with sentences like "I went back to my office and let my bottom desk drawer buy me a drink."
- The 7th Guest. Turns out there's a novel of the game
! It started off well and continued OK and ended kind of muddied, but not horrible. If you liked the game and stumble across a copy, read it, but it's not worth going to a lot of trouble to dig up.