“Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Book review by:Noster 803
Violence, tragedy, chaos is what Lord of the Flies is all about. William Golding is the author of the this book and showed his good understanding of what would school boys do on a typical island and how they will manage to live. This story is told by a third person perspective. William Golding makes this fantastic novel come alive with some symbolism, and many more. Mr. Golding’s writing is really simple but the problem in this book is very deep. The genre of this book is it is a adventure, fiction story that makes this story realistic.
William Golding's Lord of the Flies is a story based on world war 2. The characters in this book are Ralph, Jack, Piggy, Simon. This story takes place near the world war 2 or 1940 to 1945. This book is about 4 English boys that crash the plane and thought if they really crashed it or were they getting hit by the war's firing and bombing. The boys notice that they are all alone and no adults looking after them which made them really excited and take the advantage, but they weren't that dumb they thought there can be anything on the island which made them scared. So then they wanted to get out of the island and they tried making a fire to catch any pilots attention but they were unable to handle it. Then, as days passed through, a boy was lost, Piggy was killed and Jack became the leader. Suddenly the small group of trees caught fire.
“Lord of the Flies” has a fantastic plot which is easy to follow. This book uses pictures to show all the things that are happening and the conflict because it is hard to imagine a story like this. Lord of the Flies is a easy read due to the simple vocabulary. This is one of the books that classic novel readers would like. Also for people that would like to read a disturbing,and convincing story about school kids and their lives. Being with, young boys would like this book because most boys want to live far and alone so they can also relate to this book.”