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The #1 bestseller—for King's rabid fans.

It happens innocently enough, but doesn’t it always. A big, friendly dog chases a rabbit into a hidden underground cave—and stirs a sleeping evil crueler than death itself.

A terrified four-year-old boy sees his bedroom closet door swing open untouched by human hands, and screams at the unholy red eyes gleaming in the darkness.

The little Maine town of Castle Rock is about to be invaded by the most hideous menace ever to savage the flesh and devour the mind.

 

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Cujo
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March 30th, 2015
Cujo is one of my favorite of all of the King books It is written in a compelling way and takes a very simple premise and spins a beautiful story about a loveable St. Bernard that loves chasing rabbits. The rabbit leads the dog to a cave one day and it gets bitten by a bat; a carrier of the Rabies virus. King has taken something so easily believable and woven a terrifying tale revolving around a disease that is a very real thing, and he starts the book with the simple and traditional "Once Upon a Time, giving it a fairytale quality right from the get-go. Many of the different copies of Cujo that I have seen throughout my lifetime are very simple and perhaps the result of one of the best eye-catching schemes out there: the title is proudly boasted on the cover, but most books don't show a dog or anything related, leaving the viewer wondering who Cujo is or what the book is about. I enjoyed this book immensely, and I cannot wait to dive into the story once again (finally from Kobo) and catch up with some old characters I haven't met with in a long time.
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