Book Review: Goldfish Secrets

About the Book

Judy only has one friend: her goldfish, Marlie.

With Marlie gone, who can Judy rely on?

Goldfish Secrets is the short story prequel to The Lady of the Vineyard.

Book Review

Introduction:

I wanted a short read and this one fit the bill perfectly.

Characters: 1/1

The characters were super sweet. I felt so sad for little Judy. I just wanted to hug her and help her however I could. And I love her name for her fish.

Dialogue: 1/1

I thought all of the dialogue was accurate to the time period and age of the person.

Plot/Storyline: .75/1

This was a super short story, but there was still a good plotline in it. I liked it. Even though it is so short, it could have still used perhaps a little more of a purpose to the story.

Overall Writing Quality: 1/1

Overall, I think the writing was done quite well. I didn’t see any typos and it was formatted simply, but beautifully.

Un-Put-Down-Ability: 1/1

As I’ve said, this was a very short story, but even if it had been longer, I think I still would have tried to read it all in one sitting.

Conclusion: 4.75/5

This is a super sweet, short story that can be read by the entire family. I would love to read more in the series if at all possible.

About the Author

Kellyn Roth was born and lives on a cattle ranch in North-Eastern Oregon. Always fascinated with telling stories, she created crazy games to play with her little brothers as a child. Today, she writes Christian and Historical Fiction with a focus on truth and family. Find out more about her and her novels at kellynrothauthor.com

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: Goldfish Secrets

  1. Kellyn Roth says:

    Thanks for your review, Faith! 😀

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