Things get hard for Greg as he tries to get invited to a party and his mom thinks video games are making his brain rot, so she makes him put down the controller and explore his “creative side”. To add more to the load, he also has to learn to play the French horn in order to get invited to the party.
When Greg comes across an old video camera and a giant bag of gummy worms, it sparks an idea…to create a movie! Him and his friend (Rowley Jefferson) start filming, but things go horribly awry!
I highly recommend this book because it had me laughing almost all the way throughout reading it! There are no dull bits and things are always happening (but not all at the same time). It’s just plain hilarious and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I did! This book is fun and ridiculously wacky in the right places. I rate this book 5/5, what would you rate it?
I hope you enjoyed this and I’ll see you in my next article, bye for now! Oh wait, this IS my last article.
——————————————————————————–A small note:
Thank you to all the FabMag staff and writers here for giving me this opportunity to write with a team of talented people! I chose a book review as a reference to my first ever FabMag article, which was also a book review. I’m super sad that this is the last time I’m ever going to publish here! I have met many amazing people along the way, not to mention learning and picking up on different ways to write. Don’t stop doing what you love and keep reading!