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[PDF / Epub] ☆ Cujo Author Stephen King – Tyrakel.de 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 ever had One day Cujo chases a rabbit into a bolt hole—a caveOutside a peaceful town in central Maine a monster is waiting Cujo is a two hundred pound Saint Bernard the best friend Brett Camber.

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Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ Night Shift collection or appeared in other anthologiesIn the fall of 1971 Stephen began teaching English at Hampden Academy the public high school in Hampden Maine Writing in the evenings and on the weekends he continued to produce short stories and to work on novels

10 thoughts on “Cujo

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBOriginal rating 4 starsRe read rating 5 starsIt is great when a book is better than I remember In fact this may be my favorite Stephen King re read so farI noticed that in general this book tends to get 3 to 35 star ratings While I haven't dug too deep into why this is if I had to guess I am thinking it is likely because most of this book is not about Cujo There is a lot of really great extra storytelling and exposition beyond the rabid dog And again this is just guessing but I figure a lot of people go in wanting the horror of the monster dog but that doesn't really get going in earnest until two or three hundred pages in The buildup is fantasticThis is some of King's best storytelling and character building I loved learning about everyone in this world and how their lives all came together in the end under the shadow of a drooling snarling and insane St Bernard a m


  2. Edward Lorn Edward Lorn says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBCujo is a hard book to read It's a short book but there are certain scenes that just gut me And all those sections occur in the last 25 pages of the book The first half of this book goes by rather quickly Then Donna and Tad get stuck out at Camber's place and I simply do not want to continue reading The first time I read this book was after having watched the movie Cool enough flick Slasher film with a dog instead of a masked killer Survivor is the woman and her son Rock on I don't like that the dog was used as a monster but I dealt with it


  3. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBWhen a two hundred pound St Bernard goes rabid no one is safe Who will fall to Cujo before the disease he carries finishes him off?I'm just going to come out and say it Most of this book feels like filler to me I think King took what was potentially an award winning tale of terror and jammed as much padding into it as he could until it was one of his shorter novels Basically it's a fantast


  4. Melissa ♥ DogWolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ DogWolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBFound two old school books of Cujo and one has pics Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾


  5. Lyn Lyn says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBWriting a review about Cujo is a little like reminiscing about being a teenager and listening to Black Sabbath Trying to describe it and to put the experience in words reveals the cartoonish elements in stark relief But while being read the novel is rich with storytelling and complex than would seem on it's surface And like the best of Sabbath It rocksYes it's about a town that gets eaten by a big rabid dog but King is able and with some credibility to tell a tale of modern paranoia and suspense with elements of horror that are all too believable to a modern audience


  6. Kerri Kerri says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBI think this is one of those books that's so well known and so frequently referenced that it's hard not to have some idea of the general story a rabid dog traps a woman and her kid in a car It's a great idea But there's so much to it than that For one thing there's going on with Cujo than having rabies This book is set in Castle Rock so it's never 'just' rabies I had a quick scroll through some reviews just now and it's seems quite a few people feel like there is a lot of filler in this book Obviously thats their opinion and they are welcome to it but I just wanted to mention that for me the dynamics of the small town of the various marriages and what not were some of the most


  7. Carol Carol says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUB45 Stars He always tried to be a good dog Put off reading this one for years bc it's a known fact something bad happens to a dog But then it came to me one of my favorite KING reads is Pet Semetary and that involves a catmy preferred furry friendSoas I hit about 100 pages in was surprised to discover there's a lot going on here than a story about five year old CUJO the dog his unfortunate encounterand his sickness And aside from no chapter breaks it is really a good readButI knew the bad was comingbad things always happen in Castle Rocklike crazy hungry monsters in a closet and old granny who thus predicts something foul is on the wayAndthen there's th


  8. Erin Erin says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBWow That ending was a real gut punch Stephen King usually doesn't do that but Holy Shit Cujo was written while Stephen King was in the depths of his alcoholism Uncle Stevie doesn't even remember writing it and if you think about it he didn't write it his alcoholism did Like Cujo alcoholism is rabid dog that will stop at nothing in its mission to kill you Like Cujo alcoholism is unrelenting and scary Cujo is written almost stream of conscious there are no chapters I didn't expect to feel bad for Cujo but I did He wasn't evil he was just sick Through no fault of his own he got bit and contracted rabies He was suffering and in pain That proves Stephen King is an amazing writer beca


  9. Dan Dan says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBI'm guessing that many of you own or have owned a dog at some point in your life And i'm also guessing that you'd consider said dog to be loyal to y


  10. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Paperback À Cujo Kindle µ cujo ebok, Cujo ePUBCujo Stephen King Once upon a time not so long ago a monster came to the small town of Castle Rock MaineCujo 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


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