Reviews

  • Amazing

    Cosmopolitan
  • Quirky, ambitious, with a touch of serendipity

    Red Magazine
  • Refreshingly original...quirky and colourful - if you want something different and unexpected to read this summer, this is definitely a break from the norm. ****

    Heat Magazine
  • You’ll fall in love with this great book and its quirky characters

    Bella
  • To decide to weave an intricate ensemble tale around the everyday lives, hopes and desires of those who occupy a high-rise apartment block is ambitious. To then decide that the hero of the story will be a philosophical goldfish – and that the novel’s ending will be given away inside the opening chapter – is just plain ballsy. But Canadian writer Bradley Somer pulls off the feat with ease.

    Shortlist
  • Brilliant and quirky

    Sun on Sunday, Fabulous Magazine
  • Quirky fun...I couldn’t help falling (sorry!) for such a clever, irrepressible read

    Woman and Home
  • An irrepressible novel—breezy, funny, sexy, and bursting with life. Bradley Somer has enormous affection and empathy for his cast of all-too-human characters (including the goldfish named Ian).

    Tom Perrotta
  • Fishbowl boasts an abundance of mordant whimsy

    James Morrow, author of Galapagos Regained
  • Touching and well-written.

    Kirkus

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