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Lord of the Flies - Community Reviews back

by William Golding
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Bücher unter dem Mond
Bücher unter dem Mond rated it 5 months ago
This book was so damn thrilling, the chracters very nicely build and each having a nice and well developed personality. I was immersed in this book for 3 days and i absolutely loved the thrilling story...but...THIS END SUUUUCKS! I dont believe it was so simple omg no comment....=_='
Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 11 months ago
Somehow, I missed this book during my school years. I remember seeing stacks of them in our school, but it was never assigned in one of my classes. I can see why it is a staple of high school curriculums, however, since it’s themes are easily seen and interpreted. There is plenty to discuss.I would ...
Burfobookalicious rated it 11 months ago
It might be regarded as a classic book, but "Lord of the Flies" is not what I would describe as an easy read. Confronting the reader, as William Golding does, with a rather bleak and brutal portrayal of youth unfettered by the boundaries of social norms. Indeed, this novel suggests we may remain a v...
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover rated it 1 year ago
Team reading this one with my 12-year-old. He doesn't love it, and I don't blame him, really. The language and tendency to use a bunch of words with out saying anything is kind of grating. According to my pre-teen: "This author just says 'and' over and over. And this and this and that and that." B...
Gene rated it 2 years ago
A group read with a bunch of Pantaloonless Buddies.A group of young boys are dumped on a small island in the middle of Atlantic. The reason for this is very sketchy and the tale starts right after this event. For a while it was all fun and games until it was not: primitive instincts took over and fo...
YA Fanatic
YA Fanatic rated it 2 years ago
For some reason I have never read this classic. I'm really glad I finally got around to it and definitely enjoyed this one. Its easy to see why its timeless and considered a classic. The themes and moral of the story are still reverent to today's time period. A plane crashes on a remote island wi...
The Symmetrical Bookworm
The Symmetrical Bookworm rated it 2 years ago
Well, this wasn't exactly enjoyable, but it certainly is a classic worth reading. What I really like about this book is that it is GREAT for discussions. Some classics that we read in school, I just think aren't all that interesting to discuss. But Lord of the Flies actually is really thought prov...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 2 years ago
Well thank goodness for short books. I loved The Lord of the Rings, but 1,000 plus pages is a lot to get through. This whole book felt more like a short story to me (that is not a complaint by the way) and I was able to get through it in about 2 and a half hours.Though I liked the book (4.5 stars) I...
From Dark Places
From Dark Places rated it 2 years ago
Lord of the Flies is of course about a group of English schoolboys that survive a plane crash and get stranded on an island. At its core the book is about the innocence of youth and its development when they are forced inadvertently to mimic certain cultures of human society just to survive, as they...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 2 years ago
Damn it! This storyline is pretty scary. A person could find so many symbolisms for life themes, but also I can just imagine real people eroding into these base versions of themselves in a situation like this. I'm sure this story helped to inspire many of our modern reads.
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