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Cujo 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 li Cujo 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 because poor Cuje was sick And then I read the book There is a big fucking tie in between Cujo and the rest of King s books that no one ever mentions My theory is, as far as I know, not impossible Firstly, Cujo s behavior in the book is constantly referred to as odd This is aside from the fact that he has rabies Many times, characters in the book refer to Cujo asthan just a sick dog Secondly, the closet Something s living in Tad s closet This is made cement at the end of the book when Tad s father Vic watches the door knob turn and the door open all by its lonesome Finally, Frank Dodd is called the monster of Castle Rock at the beginning of the book, and then King goes on to say that that monster returns in 1980 A monster A monster that can take different forms A monster that is active in Castle Rock during the time Pennywise is supposedly asleep in Derry A monster that changes shapes See where I m going with this Think of the gigantic bird that ravages the dance at least I think it was a dance in It Now, stay with me, think about the fact that King wrote The Dead Zone, Cujo, and Pet Sematary all while writing It Also there are mentions of this monster in both Insomnia and the Dark Tower series Conspiracy theory established Debunk in the comment section below Notable names George Bannerman, Johnny Smith, and Frank Dodd The Dead Zone Castle Rock mentioned throughout the King verse In summation If you read Cujo and are not in some way affected by the goings down in the this book, I don t want to know you because you re an emotional cripple This book is only bad in the sense that it drags out the worst of humanity and showcases it in the unrelenting sunlight and creates a monster out of a good dog But this shit happens It s life Endings are not always happy things Oh, and this is the last time I m reading this book I m not doing this shit to myself again Time for some My Little Pony Later 4.5 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 cat.my preferred furry friend.Soas I hit about 100 pages in, was surprised to discover there s a lotgoing on here than a story about five year old CUJO the dog, his unfortunate encounter.and his sickness And aside from no chapter breaks, it is4.5 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 cat.my preferred furry friend.Soas I hit about 100 pages in, was surprised to discover there s a lotgoing on here than a story about five year old CUJO the dog, his unfortunate encounter.and his sickness And aside from no chapter breaks, it is really a good read ButI knew the bad was coming.bad things always happen in Castle Rock.like crazy, hungry monsters in a closet and old granny who thus predicts something foul is on the way.Andthen there s the ending Oh.My.Gosh.I like that King left us with these lyrics from an old folk song too I m tellin you so you know, I m tellin you so you know, I m tellin you so you know, Ole Blue s gone where the good dogs goAs for the movie, had to check that out too It pretty much mirrors the novel, except for one unexpected major difference that I thought a bit lame.and won t reveal here When 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 fantastic short story wrapped in a soap opera I couldn t give two shits about.That being said, Cujo is a rea When 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 fantastic short story wrapped in a soap opera I couldn t give two shits about.That being said, Cujo is a really powerful book in places While I didn t care about a lot of things on the periphery, the core of it is pretty terrifying and heart wrenching No one wants their beloved family pet to turn on them and a rabid dog trapping a woman and her child in a car for DAYS is damn horrifying As opposed to most of his menaces, Cujo is all too plausible.The writing is good and the ending packs a huge punch I sure didn t see that coming It was like being kicked in the balls after you re already lying on the ground after being shot in the heart.While I found that there was a lot of fat on this bone, it was pretty good at the core Or marrow, in this case Three hard earned stars Writing 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 andcomplex than would seem on it s surface And like the best of Sabbath It rocks.Yes, 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 par Writing 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 andcomplex than would seem on it s surface And like the best of Sabbath It rocks.Yes, 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 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 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 Wow 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 t Wow 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 because I don t even like dogs Cujo is a classic A must read Stephen King Fans Book club January read I 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 muchto it than that For one thing, there sgoing 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 fill I 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 muchto it than that For one thing, there sgoing 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 compelling parts for me I thought the parts detailing people just struggling to deal with this general suffocation of life and circumstances to be one of the most important elements of the book I can see why it s not everyone s taste, but I found them to be just as tense and uncomfortable as the ongoing standoff with Cujo Oh, and poor Cujo it wasn t his fault he got rabies Or that he happened to live in a Stephen King novel Of all the dog breeds to go rabid, a St Bernard is pretty much the most terrifying option As I said at the beginning, it really is a great terrifying idea I 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 you and part of your family So, I ask you, can you possibly imagine what you d do if your dog went rabid Pooch would lose his appetite Start to become easily confused Tired His brain would melt and with that he d forget about you Forget the loyalty and love he held for you.He d feel intense pain.In his eyes YOU would become the reason that he f I 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 you and part of your family So, I ask you, can you possibly imagine what you d do if your dog went rabid Pooch would lose his appetite Start to become easily confused Tired His brain would melt and with that he d forget about you Forget the loyalty and love he held for you.He d feel intense pain.In his eyes YOU would become the reason that he feels this pain.Mix this with a claustrophobic seige over a few days, some marital issues, a child that suffers from sleepless nights and you have Cujo.King really doesn t hold back any punches with this Be warned It s bleak, but an amazing read Cujo is such a good dog, so why is he glaring and growling and grinning A crazy kaleidoscope of coincidences leaves a mother and her four year old son stranded in their Pinto in the dooryard of a shade tree mechanic on a dead end road Not just stranded, but trapped in the car A Pandora s Box has been opened here and there is nothing but misery to be had as a result The unrelenting heat, the desperation, the disbelief at not being able to protect your little kid is horrifying Monsters Cujo is such a good dog, so why is he glaring and growling and grinning A crazy kaleidoscope of coincidences leaves a mother and her four year old son stranded in their Pinto in the dooryard of a shade tree mechanic on a dead end road Not just stranded, but trapped in the car A Pandora s Box has been opened here and there is nothing but misery to be had as a result The unrelenting heat, the desperation, the disbelief at not being able to protect your little kid is horrifying Monsters are real, they are out there in our world and you don t always have to look that closely to see them Coincidences, do they really happen, or do they just pave the way that you were destined to travel all along The monster never dies.4.5 Cujo was a book I thought I was going to like, but not be scared of it I mean, how scary can a rabid dog be, really , but boy was I wrong with the second statement This book did scare me It still does when I think about it It even reminded me of Pet Sematary which is my favorite King s book, and that says quite a lot Cujo is a story about a Saint Bernard dog who one day chased a rabbit into a bolt hole The problem was that the hole was filled with rabid bats, and The monster never dies.4.5 Cujo was a book I thought I was going to like, but not be scared of it I mean, how scary can a rabid dog be, really , but boy was I wrong with the second statement This book did scare me It still does when I think about it It even reminded me of Pet Sematary which is my favorite King s book, and that says quite a lot Cujo is a story about a Saint Bernard dog who one day chased a rabbit into a bolt hole The problem was that the hole was filled with rabid bats, and one of them scratched Cujo But the horror of this book does not begin there It begins on page one, with Frank Dodd, but because I don t want to spoil anyone I will not say anythingabout that, except that I wished that King focused on that aspect of the story a bitsince those parts scared me the most When it comes to characters, as usual, King did not disappoint Most of the characters were well flushed out, and it s not hard to care for their problems But my main problem with this book is that around 50 pages could ve been left out, and the story would not change a bit especially Sharp Cereal Professor discussions I honestly don t know what was the point of them Apart from that, I really liked it, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to read a scary story that will crawl under your skin, and stay there even after you close the book Cujo


About the Author: Stephen King

Stephen Edwin King was born the second son of Donald and Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King After his father left them when Stephen was two, he and his older brother, David, were raised by his mother Parts of his childhood were spent in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where his father s family was at the time, and in Stratford, Connecticut When Stephen was eleven, his mother brought her children back to Durham, Maine, for good Her parents, Guy and Nellie Pillsbury, had become incapacitated with old age, and Ruth King was persuaded by her sisters to take over the physical care of them Other family members provided a small house in Durham and financial support After Stephen s grandparents passed away, Mrs King found work in the kitchens of Pineland, a nearby residential facility for the mentally challenged.Stephen attended the grammar school in Durham and Lisbon Falls High School, graduating in 1966 From his sopho year at the University of Maine at Orono, he wrote a weekly column for the school newspaper, THE MAINE CAMPUS He was also active in student politics, serving as a member of the Student Senate He came to support the anti war movement on the Orono campus, arriving at his stance from a conservative view that the war in Vietnam was unconstitutional He graduated in 1970, with a B.A in English and qualified to teach on the high school level A draft board examination immediately post graduation found him 4 F on grounds of high blood pressure, limited vision, flat feet, and punctured eardrums.He met Tabitha Spruce in the stacks of the Fogler Library at the University, where they both worked as students they married in January of 1971 As Stephen was unable to find placement as a teacher immediately, the Kings lived on his earnings as a laborer at an industrial laundry, and her student loan and savings, with an occasional boost from a short story sale to men s magazines.Stephen made his first professional short story sale The Glass Floor to Startling Mystery Stories in 1967 Throughout the early years of his marriage, he continued to sell stories to men s magazines Many were gathered into the Night Shift collection or appeared in other anthologies.In 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.


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