by StephenKing (Author)


Outside a peaceful town in central Maine, a monster is waiting. Cujo is a two-hundred-pound Saint Bernard, the best friend Brett Camber has every had. One day Cujo chases a rabbit into a bolt-hole - a cave inhabited by sick bats. What happens to Cujo, how he becomes a horrifying vortex inexorably drawing in all the people around him makes for one of the most heart-stopping novels Stephen King has written.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 345
Edition: New edition
Publisher: Time Warner Paperbacks
Published: 13 May 1993

ISBN 10: 0751504408
ISBN 13: 9780751504408
Book Overview: *Reissue of an outstanding tale of pure terror by the world's greatest writer of horror fiction.
Prizes: Winner of British Fantasy Award 1981.

Media Reviews
The indisputable king of horror Time One of the few horror writers who can truly make the flesh creep Sunday Express Cujo is so well paced and scary that people tend to read it quickly, so they mostly remember the scene of the mother and son trapped in the hot Pinto and threatened by the rabid Cujo, forgetting the multifaceted story in which that scene is embedded. This is definitely a novel that rewards re-reading. When you read it again, you can pay more attention to the theme of country folk versus city folk; the parallel marriage conflicts of the Cambers versus the Trentons; the poignancy of the amiable St Bernard (yes, the breed choice is just right) infected by a brain-destroying virus that makes it into a monster; and the way the daylight burial of the failed ad campaign is reflected in the sunlit Pinto that becomes a coffin. And how significant it is that this horror tale is not supernatural: it's as real as junk food, a failing marriage, a broken-down car, or a fatal virus. AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW
Author Bio
Stephen King was born in Portland, Maine in 1947. Since publication of his first novel CARRIE he has become perhaps the bestselling author in the world today.