Thursday, June 21, 2012

Cujo by Stephen King (1981) & Others: Slaughter and the Dogs

 Down, boy!


6 comments:

Mauro Vargas said...

-Cujo is a bear?
-No. Is a St. Bernard with steroids.

Barrymore Tebbs said...

Cujo is my favorite King novel.

Hannah Roeleveld said...

Love King... Never read Cujo. It's 7.99 for Kindle, worth the buy?

Will Errickson said...

I'd buy it as a cheap used paperback first, spend maybe a dollar. But eight bucks? No way!

Phantom of Pulp said...

I have all these books, and would put HELL HOUND (Baxter) and CUJO on top.

I have a soft spot for David Anne's RABID, too. His THE FOLLY is a neat little thriller also.

The DOG KILL cover is great. Is it suggesting the dog is going for the groin with his teeth -- or tongue? The mind boggles.

I read DOG KILL so long ago I don't have any memory of this scene.

Will Errickson said...

Phantom, I'm not surprised at all to learn you have all these! While CUJO has never been one of my favorite King's I did recently reread parts of it, and the long climax is indeed gut-wrenchingly powerful and effective.