Book Review: Goldfish Secrets

I know that I promised an important post last week, but I decided to push it back one more week to make room for a book review instead.

The Characters:

You really got a feeling for all three of the character’s personalities during this short read. They were well done, and Judy really felt like a child in the book – not a forced, too happy or too dramatic kind of child, but a real one.

The Plot:

I feel like I would’ve appreciated this book if I’d read The Lady of the Vineyard first. It’s a prequel to it, but can be read alone. I would recommend reading The Lady of the Vineyard first, though.


The book was driven by Judy and her goldfish. First, it was about Marlie, then how Judy felt when she died.

I was confused at a part of the book by what was even going on, but I think that might be just because I hadn’t read The Lady of the Vineyard. I also was slightly confused by the actions of one of the characters at the end, and I think it was since it wasn’t mentioned why they were doing it. However, I could infer it well enough. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Star Rating:



It was really nice and short. It only took me a few minutes to read it, and I liked Marlie.

Your Turn:

Kellyn still needs some reviewers for her launch! If you could sign up, that would be great. ๐Ÿ˜Š You can read the full post about signing up here.

And don’t forget to sign up for the GIVEAWAY!

Are you interested in reading this book?

Are you going to join as a reviewer?


Disclaimer: the cover and images were not created by nor are owned by me.

8 thoughts on “Book Review: Goldfish Secrets

  1. Ooh, this book sounds interesting!! I had a goldfish back when I was a small child, so this is nostalgic. xD I may sign up as a reviewer!


    1. Awwww, that’s so great! My family used to have fish, too. We got two angelfish; named one Angel and the other Fish. So imaginative. (Then Fish was very selfish and ate all the food while Angel was nice. Fish grew big and all the other fish STARVED because of it.) (Morbid comment ๐Ÿ˜‚) You should! ๐Ÿ˜‰


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