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Suggested by Jennifer:

If you read series, do you ever find a series “jumping the shark?” How do you feel about that?

And, do you keep reading anyway?


Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

51 responses

  1. Here’s my BTT for this week

  2. Interesting question. Here is what I am Book Through Thursday with.

  3. Fun and interesting question, my answer can be found here: http://annsreadingcorner.blogspot.com

  4. Here is myBTT.
    CMash

  5. Great question!

    Here’s my BTT.

  6. Mine can be found here:
    http://earlynerdspecial.wordpress.com/2010/09/30/booking-through-thursday-9/

    I’m interested in other people’s responses.

  7. In my brilliance, I posted my response this morning – and completely forgot to leave my link! Please don’t hold it against me!!!

    http://sarahreadstoomuch.blogspot.com

  8. […] Booking Through Thursday asks today: If you read series, do you ever find a series “jumping the shark?” How do you feel about that? […]

  9. […] This week’s Booking Through Thursday prompt concerns series books: “If you read series, do you ever find a series ‘jumping the shark?’ How do you feel about that? And, do you keep reading anyway?” […]

  10. What does “jumping the shark” mean?
    My answer is up.

  11. here is mine: http://readandbead.blogspot.com/2010/09/booking-through-thursday-series.html

    I had to google the term “jumping the shark” I’ve never heard it before!!

  12. Good question and here’s my answer http://bookishardour.wordpress.com/2010/10/01/btt-jumping-the-shark/

    I’m with Sara, I had to google jumping the shark as well.

  13. That’s what amazed me about Upstairs, Downstairs.

    No shark. No jump.

  14. I’m a sucker for a good series. I’ve written a little bit about it in answer to this week’s question. But my love of series is also tied to my preference for novels over short stories. When I find myself involved with the characters in a really good book, I don’t want the book to end. A series is consolation for a particular “episode” coming to an end — with a promise of yet more to come.

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