Reviewed by: Kimball, age 15
This book is an eye-opening, disturbing read. It makes you think about true freedom, the way the founding
Setting: Desert Island
When a bunch of kids get stranded on an island, they must fend for themselves. It's hard, but it's also fun. There are no adults around and they can do whatever they want. They set up an entire system so that they have order while they wait to be rescued. But with no supervision, the kids start to become violent and mindless. As all becomes anarchy, the kids can only hope that a ship will come and save them.