Gwendolyn Neal The story is told by an omniscient narrator, however, at various points in the story it seems "closer" to certain characters, and tells the story through the lens of different characters' thoughts. Most often this character is Ralph, but there's a few very important scenes where it's Simon.
Timothy Morrison it is not written from anybody's perspective, or rather it is written from the perspective of the lord of the flies!
Chris Petrie The subtlety of the writing is that it is written in the third person but gets inside the heads of the characters in a way that is at times creepy. I am not sure how Golding achieves this - it's not a familiar technique.
Kenneth Reimer The third person narrator is aware of a few things that the characters have no way of knowing, so he/she is definitely omniscient.