Lord of the Flies is a book written by William Golding. It is about a group of young boys aged 5-12 who crash land on a desert island. To survive they have to start a civilization and cooperate, which becomes bad by the end of the book. Upon arriving, the boys chose a boy named Ralph to be chief. Throughout the story Ralph calls assemblies with a white conch he finds with his new friend Piggy, and their “civilization” does start. However his enemy Jack who wants to be chief and loves to hunt, makes life on the island a tribe and ruins “civilization”. There are 4 main characters in this book Simon, Ralph, Piggy and Jack who represent 4 aspects of life. I like this story as it talks about how young boys survive without adults on an island. The ending is surprising, because two boys “disappear” and Jack’s tribe becomes Savages. I like the book as it also talks about a power struggle between two boys, and how that causes life to become very bad on the island. I would rate this a 5/5, and say that this book is for children ages 13 and up.