I recently read the third and fourth books in Michael Buckley's Sisters Grimm series (The Problem Child and Once Upon a Crime) but just couldn't muster up the energy to review them. It wasn't because I didn't love them. In fact, I really did. This series is getting better and better as it goes on and is dealing with some heavy issues! But, it's an incredible effort to write spoiler-free reviews and to remember what were big reveals in previous books that shouldn't be put into summaries of the current books. Also, I have a feeling that the reviews become less and less interesting down a series to blog readers who haven't started that series yet or don't intend to.
My questions are, of course, these -- how do you review a series? Do you stop at some point in a long series or do you review every book that you read? If you do write reviews for every book in a series, do you just post a spoiler warning and do a full review? And a question for readers -- do you read someone's reviews of series books past the first one or two? I find that I skip them because either I'm not interested or don't want a series spoiled. You can't even really have a discussion about the book if you've read it for fear of spoiling it for others.
Too nervous about the first day of school to write a review,