Swings & Roundabouts

Definition:

British – A situation in which different actions or options result in no eventual gain or loss.

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A while ago I promised to read and review a number of books before the end of May this year.

There were 7 in total and the results are now in:

I read 6 of the titles listed – theoretically meaning I didn’t complete the challenge.

However, in my defence (and I always have one!) the last book on the list was a little too similar to one that I’d finished not long before and so I felt the need for a change in genre.

Which leaves me to add that I read another book giving me a total of 7 in all.

So, as the saying goes – it was a case of “swings and roundabouts”.

Promise met, although with a slight tweak 🙂

My books, my rules 🙂

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