My Top Ten…Day Five

5. Lord of the Flies by William Golding 

Poor little piggy. I first read ‘Lord of the Flies’ when I was 14 . I think that this is the age that most people read it, when they were studying English in school.  Well, what’s the worse that could happen when a group of school boys are stranded on an island. Well a lot actually. This book says a lot about us as human beings especially how we can easily lose ourselves as individuals, when that feral, group, thinking as one mentality kicks in.

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