Lord of the Flies - Lord of the Flies- Book Report #1 Lord...

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Lord of the Flies- Book Report #1 Lord of the Flies by William Golding is a terrific book about how a group of British boys are stranded on an island with no adults and how their sanity changes. This book not only tells an exciting adventure story but also describes the difference between civilized and insanity. A very exciting and fabulous adventurous story with an effective moral and message. William Golding captures everyone’s attention and teaches us how our civilization is and how easily a person can lose his or her sanity. As the plane crashes, the boys are terrified they cry and weep for their parents. The plane crashes onto a deserted island but no harm is done to the British boys. However, all the fun the boys ever had is now going to change. With the pilot gone the boys are stranded on the island with no adults, no rules, and no laws. Piggy probably the only boy in the whole group wants to keep peace amongst others and tries very hard to cling to civilization. His glasses plays a very important part in the story as it is used to make fires repeatedly. On the other hand, Jack is mostly the opposite of Piggy. Jack starts
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