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Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies: New Educational Edition | William Golding
A plane crashes on a desert island and the only survivors, a group of schoolboys, assemble on the beach and wait to be rescued. By day they inhabit a land of bright fantastic birds and dark blue seas, but at night their dreams are haunted by the image of a terrifying beast. As the boys' delicate sense of order fades, so their childish dreams are transformed into something more primitive, and their behaviour starts to take on a murderous, savage significance.First published in 1954, Lord of the Flies is one of the most celebrated and widely read of modern classics. Now fully revised and updated, this educational edition includes chapter summaries, comprehension questions, discussion points, classroom activities, a biographical profile of Golding, historical context relevant to the novel and an essay on Lord of the Flies by William Golding entitled 'Fable'. Aimed at Key Stage 3 and 4 students, it also includes a section on literary theory for advanced or A-level students. The educational edition encourages original and independent thinking while guiding the student through the text - ideal for use in the classroom and at home.
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kylienoele
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Can y‘all believe I made it through school without ever having to read this book? I can‘t. On to it now!

Tamra I didn‘t either. 2d
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KristenDuck
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Mehso-so

I can see why this is a classic piece of fiction, but it just fell short for my expectations.

This is the story of a group of boys stranded on an island after their plane crashes. What could be fun without adults takes a tragic turn.

These young boys are forced to create their own society, with new ideals. Who will be hunters? Who will lead?

In the end, one thing is certain: all innocence is forever lost.

Worth reading once but overall eh.

IvoryLunatic I started it a couple of months ago and it‘s still on my nightstand. I want to finish it eventually but I just can‘t seem to get into the mood for it 2w
KristenDuck @IvoryLunatic I finished it because I listened on my way to and from work... I don‘t know how well I would have committed to actually reading with a book! 2w
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kelseynicburke
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Found this old edition on the bookshelf at work!

Earlene That is the copy we used in my grade 10 English class. I didn‘t like it that well. 2w
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TheEllieMo
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Having just read the tagged book, I think Piggy could be described as a bit of a #MardyBum, always complaining about his specs, his asthma or the conch.

#AyUpAugust
@squirrelbrain @Cinfhen

squirrelbrain Good one! 👍😁 3w
Cinfhen Poor Piggy🙁 3w
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TheEllieMo
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Pickpick

I know a lot of people were forced to read this for school - I can not remember having done so, and hence I decided to read it as part of my quest to read a few more of the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. It‘s a thought-provoking book, brutal in places, but definitely one that should be read.

rretzler I really liked it. Definitely thought provoking 3w
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jmtrivera
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I haven't had a good thought for #ManicMonday in soooo long, but this one just spoke to me!
📘 Lord of the Flies
🎬 Airplane!
🎶 Learn to Fly
@JoScho

JoScho Good song choice! Thanks for playing 🛩💙🛩 4w
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dxmy
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We have a second hand section in de book shop I work and I couldn't not get this one for myself. I love this book!

marleed This is the book I always pick if asked my most influential book of middle school years. I was haunted by it. 4w
dxmy @marleed I read it for the first time last year and I was so intrigued by it! Had a real big impact on me 4w
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Stevenjohntait
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Page 117. Beast from air

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La_Cori
Il signore delle mosche | William Golding
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Orange & Black (my copy of "Lord of the Flies")
#colormepretty @Sweetkokoro

BooknerdsLife Awww love this cover! 1mo
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xxjenadanxx
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Panpan

I‘ve heard so much about this book over the years and finally got around to reading it as a banned book for a challenge. I wasn‘t sure what to expect but I wasn‘t expecting it to be as tedious and boring as it was. If I hadn‘t needed it for said challenge I may have bailed on it.

jenniferajanes I don‘t care for it either. 2mo
julesG We had to read it in school! Ugh! 2mo
candority So tedious! 😪 2mo
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jewright What about the part with the pig‘s head on a stick? Sorry you hated it! 2mo
AmyK1 I had to read that in high school. Definitely not a favorite. 2mo
xxjenadanxx @jewright that part was interesting and I expected things to get a lot crazier from there but it was overall just a bit flat for me. 2mo
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OrangeMooseReads
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📖 Lord of the Flies
🎥 Swiss Family Robinson
🎙Islands in the Stream Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho Thanks for playing 💙🏝💙 2mo
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StellaDz
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Buying used books is amazing. My bf‘s haul included this novel and inside I found this handmade bookmark. I died. 😂

Reviewsbylola I live for finding stuff like this in used books. 😆 2mo
StellaDz @Reviewsbylola totally! I fell over laughing. I generally keep them in the book as well, so if I pick it up again, I get to relive the find 😂😃 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Hilarious and fun! 😂 2mo
StellaDz @CoverToCoverGirl I wasn‘t this creative with bookmarks back in the day 😂 2mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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#WanderingJune Jack and his crew commandeer Castle Rock, the #CastleOnTheHill.
@Cinfhen @BarbaraBB

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Cook cover!!!!!!! 3mo
CoffeeNBooks @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I have a few copies of this book, and this cover is my favorite. 3mo
StayCurious Really don't like the book (as it was forced on us in 9th grade) but love your use of the prompt! 3mo
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ephemeralwaltz Crazy cover! 3mo
IamIamIam I told the ladies in the school office that recess and the bus ride home are very similar to this book... 🤣 3mo
BarbaraBB Great choice! ❤️ 3mo
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LaylaMazar
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Pickpick

“I believe man suffers from an appalling ignorance of his own nature”

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AnansiGirl
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And the #24B4Monday #BannedBookEdition ends on chapter 3 of LotF. Going to continue on with my reading thanks to my wonderful neighbors who thought it was a fabulous idea to set off fireworks at this time of night.

See you all next month for June‘s readathon.

#MayMadness

@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65 @Clwojick @RadicalReader

Andrew65 A fantastic time, well done. 🙌🙌🙌 3mo
Nute Nice! 3mo
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AnansiGirl
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From what I‘ve read on American Library Association website about book 2 of #24B4Monday readathon, it has been challenged more often than banned. Some of the issues taken with LotF are: profanity, racist language, inappropriate for age group; and what I‘m about to find out with my the first time read, excessive violence.
#bannedbookedition #maymadness
@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65 @Clwojick @RadicalReader

Andrew65 A true classic, that certainly sent a powerful message and led to some controversy. (edited) 3mo
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thereadingowlvina
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I have these two #bannedbooks on my TBR pile for soooo long! Now is the time to read them for #MayMadness Week 4 challenge! 😁

@Clwojick @TheReadingMermaid @RadicalReader

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EmilieGR
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Unforgettable

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bewareofwords
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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Day 2 of the #maymakeup challenge! Time at about 15 hrs 45 mins.

Finished Lord of the Flies today. I‘ve been meaning to read it for a while, and I‘m glad I‘ve finished it. Depressing, but an interesting commentary on civilization and human nature.
#bookishbingo: Set on an Island

Also listened to The Poisonwood Bible and started the Career of Evil.

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MadisonGosnell
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
Pickpick

Let me just say, 10:10, one of my favorites. LOTF has so many mixed-emotion responses. Most people harp on how much they despise it, or they say how much they love it. I love it. The characters, the symbolism, the beast, it‘s all there and captivating. I can see why some people dislike it, but I think they say that because their to lazy to put in the effort. It is a harder read, and sometimes understanding what Golding is trying to say is hard.

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samhughes
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I thought it was a book made of very mature language, meaning it takes thought to really grasp what William Golding is trying to articulate. I thought it was a little challenging for me but it can be a good book for the right person. I am a very casual reader where i might not pick up a book for months but once i do that‘s all i do for weeks.

RaimeyGallant Nice review! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 4mo
Chelleo Welcome! 4mo
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Pickpick

Finally got to teach this book! Fun/fascinating to teach, and 8th graders eat it up 🐷🐚👓🛩🏝🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #classic #britishliterature #lordoftheflies #thriller #fiction

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fandom_hellspawn99
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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I just love this quote so much, I heard it in 10th grade and it has stuck with me ever since. #Woman

#QuotsyMar19 @TK-421

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diovival
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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Day 6: #alltheyoungdudes #marchintothe70s

"Within the diamond haze of the beach something dark was fumbling along....Then the creature stepped from mirage on to the clear sand, and they saw that the darkness was not all shadows but mostly clothing. The creature was a party of boys, marching approximately in step in two parallel lines and dressed in strangely eccentric clothing."

@Lizpixie @Cinfhen

GatheringBooks good one! 6mo
Cinfhen Excellent choice 🤓 6mo
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Eggs
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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Cinfhen This is another iconic classic that I‘ve actually read & appreciated 6mo
LouiseWalters Me too! Having read it recently I was amazed at the violence contained in it. I must‘ve been about 12 or 13 when I first read it! Another world view. 6mo
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Mtroiano
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What the prompt #alltheyoungdudes makes me think of 🙃
#marchintothe70s

Cinfhen Ah!!! Good one 🤓#PoorPiggy 6mo
britt_brooke Perfect! I love this book. Planning to reread it this year. 6mo
Mtroiano @britt_brooke i haven‘t read it since high school so I should probably reread it too! 6mo
Lizpixie Nice choice👍❤️ 6mo
wordzie It's super good had to read it I school ❤ 6mo
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MStew
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Pickpick

Love this book! I highly recommend to anyone who hasn't read this yet ! Apocalypse lovers must read!!!

I wanna re-read this soon!

This cover though!!!! Bomb💣💥

#horror

WhatWouldJaneDo OMG that cover! It's terrifying! 6mo
AmyG That‘s a wild cover! 6mo
juliegumdrop Wow, what a great cover! 6mo
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MStew @AmyG 😍 6mo
MStew @WhatWouldJaneDo it's pretty freaky 6mo
MStew @juliegumdrop I know 😎😎 6mo
DGRachel I bought this just for the cover. I read it in high school, never thought I‘d reread it, but I could not resist that cover, so I‘ll have to reread it eventually. 😂 6mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Wow - best cover!! 6mo
OrangeMooseReads That cover is amazing 6mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Oooohhhh that cover! 6mo
RadicalReader @meghan2714 read this book in the ninth grade and loved it love how I enjoyed every assigned book oddly enough. Always been a reader so I guess it comes with the territory 6mo
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DerrickF
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
Mehso-so

A bit of an awakening of innocence

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CoverToCoverGirl
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When I read this ⬆️ in Jr. High (that certainly dates me) I was horrified and revolted. I have an ongoing aversion for it even now. It‘s such a dark story! That‘s the power of a book wether you love it or hate it. Interestingly enough I do love this particular cover! It encapsulates the entire story for me in one picture!

@TheReadingMermaid

TheReadingMermaid Yes I remember reading that one when I was young as well. I remember the psychology part of it being fascinating but it being an absolutely terrifying thought if it were to ever be a real scenario. 😳 7mo
RadicalReader @CoverToCoverGirl I read this book my tenth year of high school and thought it definitely wasn‘t like anything I‘d read before. Definitely shocked at the books that are chosen in HS 7mo
Freespirit I read it at high school also @CoverToCoverGirl .I remember it was pretty traumatic with plenty of messages buried in the story. It stayed in my head till this day......40 years later. May be one to re-read one day 😁📕 7mo
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Crinoline_Laphroaig It's the one book I refuse to reread. 35 Years later it's still the book I hate the most. #scarredforlife 😱 7mo
CoverToCoverGirl Well said @Crinoline_Laphroaig .. it is actually the only book I can that I truly hate/hated. 7mo
readinginthedark I actually appreciated this one more in school because there were so many horrifically possible layers. But I remember being pretty torn up when my favorite character died and wondering why the characters made the choices they did. It opened my eyes to a lot of dark sides in this world, I think. 7mo
CoverToCoverGirl @readinginthedark Agreed .. until I read this book the world was a much more innocent place for me. This book unveiled a darker grimmer world to me.. a real eye opener. 7mo
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Ubergeekygirl
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Pickpick

Some of the language was difficult because it is either dated or culturally coded, not sure. It is still quite a shocking tale which is worth a read.

Soozee This was a compulsory read for me at school, about 50 years ago. It was such a contrast to #TheCoralIsland which I read around the same time. (edited) 8mo
Ubergeekygirl @soozee I've never read that one, is it a pick? (edited) 8mo
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TuesdayReviews
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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C‘mon. Lord of the Flies and The Princess Bride are speculative, not literary, fiction.

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MatchlessMarie
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What's in a book is not what an author thought he put into it, it's what the reader gets out of it.

-William Golding

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Insightsintobooks
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This classic is on sale today.

#kindledeal #kindledeals #ebooksale

Trashcanman 👁️👁️ 9mo
OrangeMooseReads That cover is cool. That book has had so many cool covers. 9mo
Trashcanman Words die like flies 9mo
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violettemeier
Lord of the Flies | Golding William
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Pickpick

I love this book. Read it as a kid and it's still an intricate look into human natural and our natural compensity for evil.

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Sharpeipup
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Wishing I had a book to read while eating this pie. that‘s bound to cure my book slump, right?!? #litinreallife

RaimeyGallant Yum! 10mo
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Erinreadsthebooks
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Panpan

This reread from high school is a DNF for me. I tried, but each chapter seems to be the same so I'm giving up at a little over halfway. As I'm reading I look around at all of the other books on my shelf that I'm super excited about, so it's farewell Lord of the Flies. Peace out, Book. I'll read your Sparknotes to find out what happens. ✌🏼

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TheRiehlDeal
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SilversReviews Love the graphic you created. Oh yes. Read this book in high school. Thanks for playing. 10mo
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LindseysLibrary
Pickpick

I barely remember reading this in high school, so returning to it in adulthood was much more interesting. The last few pages were so superbly written and tight with suspense, it played out like a movie in my mind, and the final scene was appropriately jarring. Really liked it!

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Readage
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Tanisha_A This cover! 👏😍 11mo
Readage @Tanisha_A Yes!! 11mo
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rohit-sawant
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1. Lord of the Flies
2. Victor LaValle
3. Lady Bird
4. Laddu
#ManicMonday
#LetterL
@JoScho

saresmoore Great choices! 11mo
JoScho 💜💜💜 11mo
Tanisha_A Besan ka laddu? 11mo
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rohit-sawant @saresmoore Thanks! 😊 11mo
rohit-sawant @Tanisha_A Besan and rava and boondi. Basically, All The Laddoos! 11mo
readordierachel Lady Bird ❤❤❤ 11mo
Tanisha_A Hahahahahah! That makes sense! Did you watch Manto? 11mo
rohit-sawant @readordierachel 🙌🏼 I can rewatch it anytime. 💕 11mo
rohit-sawant @Tanisha_A No, but I'm hoping to get around to it soon! 11mo
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britt_brooke
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Amazing bookmail day! That Lord of the Flies cover .... swoon. Disturbing, yet stunning. Since buying the Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition of Les Mis - I wholly blame @vivastory - I cant get enough of these striking editions.

#bookmail #bookhaul #decklededges #frenchflaps

vivastory I gladly accept responsibility! I have the same edition of The Lord of the Flies. Have you seen this one 11mo
britt_brooke @vivastory Ooh, I love that one, too! Adding it to my wish list. I have two other really pretty editions of it, but can‘t get enough. Every cover is badass. 11mo
vivastory I was thrilled to recently find a Deluxe edition of Great Expectations in half price books. It's out of print. 11mo
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britt_brooke @vivastory Nice!! I‘ve still never read any Dickens. 😵 11mo
vivastory This was my first Dickens. I really enjoyed it. It was funnier than I expected. 11mo
DGRachel I have that copy of Lord of the Flies, but NEED that Jane Eyre! 11mo
Kalalalatja 😍😍😍😍 11mo
britt_brooke @DGRachel I‘ve never read, but will soon. I couldn‘t resist this beautiful edition! 11mo
LazyDays Are those graphic novels or just designed covers? 11mo
ephemeralwaltz Wow 😍 that Lord of the Flies cover is intense! 11mo
britt_brooke @LazyDays Just special covers. 😍 11mo
britt_brooke @ephemeralwaltz Isn‘t it?! 💚 11mo
pppooraikul Never saw that Lord of the Flies cover It‘s brilliant! 😍 11mo
britt_brooke @pppooraikul I hadn‘t either and now I‘m obsessed with it! 11mo
madamereadsalot1 Amazing cover! I've never seen this one! 😍 11mo
britt_brooke @madamereadsalot1 I‘m in love with it! 😍 11mo
LazyDays Oh they are really nice! 11mo
Zelma I love that Lord of the Flies cover every time I see it. 😍 11mo
britt_brooke @Zelma It‘s so stunning! 💚 11mo
Reviewsbylola That cover!! 😱 11mo
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Kayla.Adriena
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Thank You @BurghBookAddict for the wooden bookmark, sloth postcard and letter! The bookmark will join my wooden bookmark collection! I will write you back soon! 🍂🍁💛

Burghbookaddict 😁😁😁 11mo
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WanderingBookaneer
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Loving this cover!

DGRachel I bought that edition just for the cover! 12mo
Booksnchill That cover! 12mo
Rachaeldulaney20 I did too😂😂 12mo
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Cailey_Mac Omg I need that!❣️ 12mo
APLitlife Cool cover! 12mo
LibrarianRyan I saw that in someone‘s swap and I am clearly in love with it. Makes me want to read the book all over again. Plus makes it seem way more interesting to the kids who Have to read it. 12mo
gibblr Yeah I posted this same cover awhile back. Regret not buying it! 12mo
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FeastOfFiction
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Only reading it because I made my students read it.

MStew 💚 12mo
Palimpsest I‘m sorry, but I hate this book. I hated reading it in high school over twenty years ago. I‘ve read an article about how the author actually regretted publishing the book and how he felt it was “boring and crude.” As a person who later got a degree in English I agree. The only thing I learned from this book is symbolism behind the names, like Ralph for Wolf. Maybe an unpopular opinion, but it‘s just not for me. 12mo
FeastOfFiction @Palimpsest It‘s not one of my favorites either. I always wonder why we are required to teach such obscure texts in high school. 12mo
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CarolynM
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I had to read this book in high school and I HATED it - but it was the only thing I could think of with an #SOS #AbbaInAugust

Reviewsbylola I totally hated it too. I thought everyone did until @emilyhaldi ‘s husband proved otherwise. 😂 12mo
Meredith3 I had to read it too! I don‘t remember much though, I‘ll be honest. This cover is scary as hell though! 12mo
Chrissyreadit I hated it too! But most of my classmates liked it. 12mo
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BarbaraBB I am with @emilyhaldi ‘s husband 😂 12mo
emilyhaldi Wait so Alex LIKED this one?! @Reviewsbylola I reread it recently and was not a fan but why do I remember him not liking it either?! Did my bad experience with the book taint all other memories????? 🤔 12mo
Rissreads This is the only book I read at school (other than 1984) which I can remember. The story has stuck with me, so I guess I liked it?!?! 12mo
CarolynM @Rissreads I read 1984 at school too. Hated it just as much. 12mo
Rissreads @CarolynM This has got me thinking that I should revisit both of these books soon. 12mo
TrishB I liked this and love 1984, a genius of work 😁 12mo
Mdargusch That cover! 🤦🏼‍♀️ I think this book gave me nightmares in high school! 12mo
Melissa_J I had to read this in high school, too, but I loved it 😊 @BarbaraBB @Reviewsbylola (edited) 12mo
Reviewsbylola I thought he loved it. Am I crazy!!?? @emilyhaldi 12mo
emilyhaldi Lol @Reviewsbylola you are right, I just reconfirmed.. he reasons that it's a "boy book" ? 12mo
Reviewsbylola Lmao we need to take a poll of all the guys we know who have read this. 😂 @emilyhaldi 12mo
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whatrebeccasread
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Pickpick

There is a lot of content here I was never able to appreciate as a teenager & I know that this book is generally disliked by those who it has been forced upon. Perhaps it‘s because I was able to read at my own pace or maybe because I wasn‘t being made to read aloud to the class in a funny accent or perhaps forcing students to analyse a book‘s every word is just not the way to go about reading...

See my full review on my blog! 📚

Centique I read this as an adult without having heard anything about it and enjoyed it too! 12mo
Bronte_Chintz I was one those students forced to read this and read aloud, I hated it. Now older I can appreciate the writing and clever content, but I just can‘t get over my engrained distaste for it. ☹️ 12mo
whatrebeccasread @Bronte_Chintz I think my whole class hated this while we were at school (me included!) which is such a shame! 12mo
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Bronte_Chintz @whatrebeccasread I think it‘s a massive shame, I pride myself on loving the classics and I just can‘t shake my dislike of this one. I‘m glad you got a better experience of it! 12mo
tonyahoswalt I was one of the few who like it even though it was forced upon me. I think I was the only person in my class that did. 12mo
KathyWheeler This was one of those assignments that I didn‘t read when I was supposed to; however, I did read it a few years ago and really liked it. 12mo
Readingismyescape I liked this one when I read it as an adult (with no analyzing pressures). I read with my son too when he was assigned it. He didn‘t like it. It always brings me to tears. 12mo
SleepyDragon Some teacher made you read this in funny voices? That would have prompted me to fake losing my voice. Lol Never had a teacher require voice acting. I loved this book when it was assigned in high school. I tried to reread it my 20s and couldn't get into it. Go figure. 12mo
whatrebeccasread So strange that you've had the opposite experience! I suppose the way it's taught/addressed in the class would have a had a major influence on most people's experiences. As with the voices - yes! And we were criticised when the teacher didn't consider them to be very good! "Ralph wouldn't sound like a bored 15 girl now would he?“ 12mo
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Pickpick

I read this for my classics book club and liked it. I was probably the only one that never read this in school. It is an adventure/thrilling story of young boys stranded on a deserted island and their need to survive until they can get rescued. Spoiler: the terrifying beast on the island is human nature. It is a bit depressing to think that we all have evil inside of us. #mounttbr #bookclub

DGRachel That‘s a great cover! 13mo
AnastasiaPoirier One of my favs! 13mo
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LeahBergen Oh, this book. I might be due for a reread. 13mo
Suet624 I think this book broke me in middle school. 13mo
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Joyfulmimi Love it! 13mo
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