One day, the puma escapes from the lab and Moreau tries to go after it. Nonetheless, when Prendick tries to find Moreau, he was already dead along with the puma. Montgomery, drunk and out of himself, gives alcohol to the Beast Men which causes them to get wild. Prendick makes an effort to stop him, but Montgomery ignored his advice. Prendick checks out the brawl later at night only to find Montgomery die before him.
The Lord of the Flies is a story about a stranded group of boys on a deserted island after their plane crashes. It is about an adventure at the start of a new World War. The boys try to create a society by selecting a leader and doing everything they can to survive. It is all a game without adult supervision until the island becomes a nightmare and their imaginations come to life. Everything becomes more realistic when the twins, Sam and Eric, find the body of the dead parachutist hanging from a tree on the island.
Unexpectedly, an unnamed littl'un with a birthmark on his face tells about a "beastie" that he saw somewhere on the island. The general consensus from the others is that there is no such thing, and it must be his imagination. Ralph then suggests making a signal fire, which would be necessary if they hope to get rescued. The boys scramble off to gather wood to build a fire. Unsure of how to light it, they finally grab Piggy's specs and focus the sunlight to ignite their fire.
The boys kill Simon mistaking him for the “beast” then moments later Roger without any real motive kills Piggy in cold blood. Ralph runs away from the fight, running for his life, the use fire to smoke him out, he crawls out awaiting death until he looks up, where a naval officer is looking down at him and prevents the other boys murdering him Golding depicts Simon’s death quite graphically and it is what I believe to be the major turning point in the book. Once Simon is killed civilisation no longer exists as all the boys take part in his brutal death: “The beast struggled forward, broke the ring and fell over the steep edge of t... ... middle of paper ... ... happiness in the sand, it was where he first came on the island and felt the soft sand, where he first speculated that his dad, a navy officer would come save him. As he is on the sand we see that he wants to cry but he can’t cry. As he tries he notices a shadow like figure above him, he stands up and looks around for the savages, then looks up to see a naval officer who finds the island due to the huge fire in the Jungle.
Ralph asserts himself as leader and sets out some rules and regulations. A dead pilot parachutes onto the island and the boys believe he is a 'beast'. They try to hunt the 'beast'. The boys have more meetings, which confirms Ralph as leader, but Jack gets angry and sets up his own rival group at Castle Rock. Jacks group hunt a pig for the celebration later, and kill a pig in front of Simon in his special place and leave it's severed head as a gift for the 'beast'.
Over the sight of his friend’s body, Ralph runs away from Jack and his group. Jack starts a new hunting not for a pig but for Ralph’s head. The hunters chase Ralph and burn all the forest to make him come out from his hiding place. Suddenly, While Ralph is running from the hunters, he finds a British officer standing on the beach. The officer tells the boys that his ship saw the signal fire.
Sam and Eric are forced to join Merridew’s tribe and keep watch for Ralph. Ralph is forced to hide until the forest is set on fire with the help of Piggy’s “specs” otherwise known as glasses. So Ralph tries to run away and to save himself which he does then he falls down onto the ground. When he looks up again he sees the face of a naval officer who saw the forest burning and came to rescue them. He announces he will take everyone back to Britain and he turns around, giving the boys a few minutes to cry and think about what had happened to them.
After the plane crashes and the boys find each other, they are scared and helpless. However, after establishing rule and living on the island for some, the boys transform into blood thirsty savages. Because Ralph found and blew into the conch, all surviving members of the plane crash are able to come to one place. The boys call for a vote and Ralph is elected leader. Then Jack, Ralph, and Simon go up to the mountain top to search for a way off.
While Jack and the “hunters” were roasting the pig, Simon finds a dead man hanging from the rocks wearing a parachute. When he ran to tell the boys they mistaken him for the beast and kill him. Now only Ralph, Piggy and the twins remain together. The fight for leadership reaches a climax when Jack turns violent. The hunters stole Piggy’s glasses, broke the conch, stole the twins and Roger ends up killing Piggy by throwing a boulder at him over the edge.
They come to a stream bed, where they are attacked by a group of unidentifiable animals. They capture and kill Diego, and Levine is nearly killed. Malcom and his team of field researchers finally make it to the island - and Arby and Kelley stow away in one of the many high-tech trailers that they had taken on their expedition. After the first day or so goes smoothly, chaos breaks out. When three men, Dodgson, King, and Basselton decide to go to the island, thinking that no one has been there.