This story about ayoung kid that has up and down though his middle school life. The book name isDIARY of the Wimpy Kid Hard Luck; the Author of the book is Jeff Kinney thishis eight book in the series of book he has done. The genre of the book isfiction.The main setting isat a house and at his school. “Maybe it’ll be better later on when were all indifferent house and only see each other on holidays.” The book would make any snice if the settingwas something else.
It’s at his middle were a lot of conflict happens, and itonly happens at his middle school. Thesetting is perfect were it took place in the book. The main character inthe book is Greg Hefley, and Rowoley Jefferson the minor character of the storyis Abigail. Greg is this kid that hashad a rough middle school life and in this book it got worse at the begging. Rowleyhad a good year of middle school at the begging of the book.
Greg firstappearance was the first page where he talking about his family, Rowley andAbigail first appearance is the second page. The main character gets reallyjealous in book I get really jealous or mad when my parents buy my littlebrother something and not me.The conflict of thestory was when Greg got really jealous at his friend Rowoley because they werenot hanging out much often because Rowley got a girlfriend and he would dedicatehis whole time to her instead of him and they used to do everything together.
She was only using him for school and for homework. Then when Rowley broke upwith his girlfriend now they are best friend and they do everything together.The theme of the bookis never forget about who your real friends and don’t forget about them whenthey were there for you when you were in a situation and they were the onlypeople that help.
Don’t think you are better than any anyone else because youhave a girlfriendI would rate thisbook 10/10 because it was really good book and it had a really good moral tothe story and it really funny the stuff that they did. I would recommend to alot of young adults and kids. This book is better for kids because it’s morechildish and less serious and adults like strong books that talks more aboutadult stuff.