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Lord of the Flies - William Golding Reviews

Lord of the Flies
Jan 05, 2007 08:52 PMRead
A group of us are reading this book in my senior english class. We are on chapter 8 and the story has been very dull for us. Parts of the story are also interesting, though. I think we would be a little more focused if there wasn't so much detail and a little more dialogue. Throughout the first ...Read More

Innocence lost sin gained!
Nov 14, 2005 09:58 AMRead
From young age I am an avid and voracious reader. I used to think that I can read any kind of books, but all that changed :(Repulsion, revulsion, disgust, horror these were the feelings, which I felt when I read this book. And guess what! I threw the book away.I did'nt touch another book...Read More

Maybe there is a beast… maybe it's only us.
Feb 08, 2016 03:49 PMRead
Lord of the Flies is a standout amongst the most irritating books I've ever perused. It was required secondary school perusing and from that point forward, I've perused it four more times. It is as aggravating now as it was then. Utilizing a gathering of guiltless schoolboys stranded on an islan...Read More


Lord of the Flies - William Golding
This book is horrifying. I'm scared like hell.
Dec 08, 2015 11:38 AMRead
William Golding's convincing tale around a gathering of exceptionally customary little young men marooned on a coral island has turned into a cutting edge excellent. At initially, it appears just as it's all going to be incredible fun; yet the enjoyment a little while later gets to be irate and ...Read More

Lord of the Flies
Nov 26, 2015 10:48 PMRead
A group people square measure reading this book in my senior grade. we have a tendency to square measure on chapter eight and therefore the story has been terribly uninteresting for United States of America.Components of the story also are attention-grabbing, though. I feel we'd be to a smal...Read More

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Phenomenal book !!!
May 07, 2015 09:09 PMRead
Heard about this book from a friend so I decided to give it a go. After reading this book I was profoundly moved by its multi-layered implications. This book made a very strong impression on me. It is one of those books which compel you to keep thinking about its message long after the book has ...Read More

Would you be a brute or an intellectual
Apr 22, 2010 07:09 AMRead
This book was assigned reading to me in my English class so naturally I did not start off my reading very enthusiastically but when I really got into the book it made me question why I don't read more often. The story really captivates you in a way that draws you deep into the book reading page ...Read More

Oct 05, 2009 04:43 PMRead
We human beings often blame God, Religion, Countries and many such things for the differences that exist among us. But the question is, do these really form the reason that makes us quarrel among ourselves, fight and kill each other. And the answer is “NO”. It’s in our blood, it’s in our nature,...Read More

May 22, 2009 11:51 AMRead
A few days before I read ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ which was an impressive portrayal of the effect of ‘collective whole’ on our individuality. Just when I was getting convinced that all we are required to do to lead a sane life was to protect ourselves from this destructive force which f...Read More

You thought children were innocent? Think again...
Mar 25, 2006 01:03 PMRead
Well, first of all, this book is not everybody’s cup of tea. It is not for the weak hearted and definitely not for the people who believe that human beings are inherently GOOD. Well guys, welcome to reality. This story reveals the dark side of man and the characters who portray the differe...Read More

Civilization Vs savagery
Sep 19, 2005 12:57 PMRead
If you are a firm believer in the innocence of childhood, William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies will lead you to think otherwise. An unusual novel where the main protagonists are all young boys, the story takes drastic turns which leads one to think about their baser instincts. The author sk...Read More

The Children of the Flies...
Jul 04, 2005 04:56 PMRead
“Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood!”Belzebub is known as the Lord of the Flies in Christian mythology; he’s an aid of the Prince of the Underworld, Satan and the title of this great and famous classic by William Golding reeks of a stench, a repugnant resonance...Read More

Symbolism in 'Lord of the Flies'
Nov 08, 2003 09:23 AMRead
William Golding’s novel ‘Lord of the Flies’ is a phenomenal work. In this novel, Golding traces the roots of evil in the minds of men, through the medium of the children stranded on an island. He wants to show us that man is born into sin & he is a fallen creature by nature. He...Read More

Mar 02, 2001 10:37 PMRead
Human nature is an extremely mysterious entity.There are many shades to anyone, even a child.There is no telling what a given stimulus might be the mother of.Isolation,or even better forced sequestration in children brings out the very basic primordial aspect of the formative mind.No matter what...Read More

Awesome depiction of primitive human nature!
Dec 09, 2000 08:50 PMRead
This book is a deep, complex book that can be read at many levels. At say the fourth grade leve, it is merely an adventure story, but at the college level, it is a satire that grips the reader and illustrates the reality about human nature. The story is set during World War II, where a plane car...Read More

Interesting Novel
Aug 04, 2016 12:51 AMRead (via Mobile)
This novel by William Golding is very interesting and scary. It is one of the most celebrated and widely read of modern classics.I enjoyed finally getting to read this classic and slowly discovering the meanings behind certain things I’d seen or heard about before, such as the bloody sow’s h...Read More

Extra Ordinary Book
Oct 06, 2015 11:18 AMRead
William Golding's convincing tale around a gathering of exceptionally normal little young men marooned on a coral island has turned into a present day excellent. At to start with, it appears as if it's all going to be extraordinary fun; yet the enjoyment after a short time gets to be irate & lif...Read More

On the fragility of man's enterprises
May 05, 2015 10:02 PMRead
Amazing book. It challenges your thinking and it is very thought provoking, and it gives you a different perspective on humanity and an insight into the dark side of society and individuals. It is a perfectly constructed book made of best quality paper and great binding.Even after reading it...Read More


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