The Lord of the flies is about a group of juvenile students that fly off on a trip and unexpectedly, their plane crashes on a deserted island. Content about their parents’ absences, they celebrate their joyous moment not recognizing what arduous moments they will have to go through. Gradually they start using their brains and reunite to build heavy, habitable huts and find abundant elements to survive. They commence to notice that during the daytime, when the baking sun shone, their lives were innocuous and blissful, but during the night, their lives were in risk. They seemed to be hunted by a terrifying beast that made their sweat dreams vanish. After two or three alarming nights, they begin to disagree with other peoples’ ideas on how to get things going. They suddenly separate and make it more challenging for their return back home. The only way they could go back was if they made a fire, but they never thought that a ship would come by. The more they stayed in that hazardous island, the more things started to get worst and the more their lives were in danger! They started to regret their pleasure of the adults’ absence. Slowly they start to remark that some of the students disappeared and they didn’t know why! Ignoring that they were enraged with each other, they decided to go search for them. Ralph, the leader of the group suddenly hears an unpleasant scream near by. “Oh my goodness!” he exclaimed. Just in front of him there was a…. Sorry guys! You have to read the book. What’s the harm in trying?