Review On Kellyn Roth’s ‘Goldfish Secrets’

Hello everyone! Today I’m posting a review on Kellyn Roth’s ‘Goldfish Secrets’, which is her latest short story! Screen Shot 2019-02-10 at 2.39.03 PM


What I Thought About The MC:  

Judy was very well written, although, even though I could tell she was young, her age was never mentioned, and so I couldn’t tell if her personality was realistic or not. 


What I Thought About the Plot:

was slightly confused about the mother and grandmother’s argument, but that was probably because I haven’t read The Lady of the Vineyard. Still, you actually don’t have to read it to read Goldfish Secrets, and I think that’s really great!



The singular thing that I was hesitant about was when there were Roman numerals at the end of the book. The short story felt like a younger kids book, and I don’t think that many young kids reading the book will understand what the weird symbols mean. Other than that, it was a really great short read!





What Now?

Wouldn’t it be so cool if you could also read this book and do a review? Well, you can! Find out more of the details right here!

Just know that the date it’s ‘due’ on is the twenty-second, so make sure you do it before then!Screen Shot 2019-02-10 at 2.39.03 PM


I hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions or thoughts, leave a comment down below.

Thanks for reading!




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