The #1 national bestseller for Stephen King’s rabid fans, Cujo “hits the jugular” (New York Times) with the story of a friendly Saint Bernard that is bitten by a sick bat. Get ready to meet the most hideous menace ever to savage the flesh and devour the mind."Once upon a time, not so long ago, a... show more
The #1 national bestseller for Stephen King’s rabid fans, Cujo “hits the jugular” (New York Times) with the story of a friendly Saint Bernard that is bitten by a sick bat. Get ready to meet the most hideous menace ever to savage the flesh and devour the mind."Once upon a time, not so long ago, a monster came to the small town of Castle Rock, Maine." Cujo used to be a big friendly dog, lovable and loyal to his trinity (THE MAN, THE WOMAN, and THE BOY) and everyone around him, and always did his best to not be a BAD DOG. But that all ends on the day this nearly two-hundred-pound Saint Bernard makes the mistake of chasing a rabbit into a hidden underground cave, setting off a tragic chain of events. Now Cujo is no longer himself as he is slowly overcome by a growing sickness, one that consumes his mind even as his once affable thoughts turn uncontrollably and inexorably to hatred and murder. Cujo is about to become the center of a horrifying vortex that will inescapably draw in everyone around him—a relentless reign of terror, fury, and madness from which no one in Castle Rock will truly be safe.... "Hits the jugular . . . King's most disturbing horror yet." —New York Times "A biting novel of gut-twisting terror and suspense." —Publishers Weekly "A word of advice: read it in your well-lighted home, behind locked doors, when you're snug in your own bed." —Denver Post
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2016-04-26
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
Audience: Adult Format: Audio Library Copy Once upon a time, not so long ago, a monster came to the town of Castle Rock, Maine. - first sentence This is a reread for me and I didn’t remember many details. I think I avoided it because of my love of dogs. I listened to the audio; Lorna Raver giv...
I read Cujo when I was in my teens, but not a lot stayed with me I think because I ended up skimming a lot. I think I was freaked out by some of the things in this book (a man talking easily about raping a woman, another man beating his wife, etc.) and it just caused me to not look too closely at th...
Trudno dziś znaleźć kogoś, kto mógłby nie wiedzieć czym i o czym jest powieść “Cujo”. Jedna z pierwszych powieści Stephena Kinga, o której dziś autor mówi, jakoby zupełnie nie pamiętał większej części procesu jej tworzenia, z powodu swojego aktywnego wówczas nałogu alkoholowego. Dla tych, którzy żyj...
I keep filling that bingo card a bit randomly.. The Yellow Wallpaper - Charlotte Perkins Gilman,Dawn Harvey I came across a different narration of the yellow wallpaper and I loved it. The narrator's voice nailed the creepy factor and even though I knew the story I loved every minute of it. Here i...
I liked this book, or rather I like parts of it. King as always, did an excellent job building the suspense and setting all his characters into motion. The scenes with Donna and Tad locked in the car were especially well done, with King managing to capture both the fear and hopelessness of the situa...