Re: Are prologues bad? Do readers feel misled?

I do enjoy prologues quite a bit, but they should be short (a maximum of 3 chapters and that's already getting quite long, I much prefer just the one). 
An example of a story I recently started reading is this:
The author here just used a single chapter to hook the readers in, and I must say it completely worked in my case. Binged it in one sitting, now have to wait a while for new chapters. 

If I can find some other good examples, I'll add them. 

Edit: A Journey of Black and Red is another good example (magnificent story btw)