Have you seen any works where you disagree with what the author is trying to imply or outright tell you? It could be the main premise, or a random Author Tract
dropped into the story later on, or it could be a character intended to be likeable/relateable coming off as a real asshole (or vice versa) instead. And has the disagreement really annoyed you or pissed you off at the author's offensive views, or just mildly annoyed you?
For me, there's a couple. I once had to read Beowulf
for college. There was a part where Beowulf killed the monster Grendel, and then Grendel's mother comes in to get revenge, and Beowulf kills her too. The story, which is epic poetry, then for some reason goes into detail about how Grendel's mother couldn't have stood a chance against Beowulf because she's a woman
, and about how all women are weaker than all men, and so on, before resuming the story.
That annoyed me at first, though I have to find it kind of funny. For one, the narrative totally stops just so the author can get his views in. I mean, flat-out stops, making this expressing of a viewpoint seem to come out of nowhere. It just doesn't flow from the rest of the story. But what annoyed me was, besides the obvious misogyny of the time period it was written in, the fact that Grendel's mother is the mother of a giant monster. Being its mother, she'd presumably be bigger and therefore tougher than it. But according to the narrative, it was doomed just by being female. And finally, considering this was written 1300 years ago, why express what are presumably the views of most people of the time? Were they trying to stamp out equality movements even back then? If so, that's really offensive.
So there's one place I strongly disagreed with the author by far. I've got some others, but I don't want the OP to be too long, so I'll let you guys take over from here.