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Title: Cujo
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Viking Press
1st printing: September 8th, 1981
ISBN: ISBN 978-0670451937
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Cujo is a horror novel of the predatory animal subgenre. It was written by author Stephen King and first released in hardcover edition by Viking Press on September 8th, 1981. The book was adapted into a 1983 film of the same name which was directed by Lewis Teague.

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The Cambers' once-friendly St. Bernard turns into a killer after being bitten by a rabid bat. Donna Trenton's husband is in New York trying to contain a disastrous ad campaign. Feeling abandoned by her workaholic husband, who is frequently out of town, Donna Trenton embarks on an affair with a local handyman. Left to fend for herself, she takes her ailing Pinto to Joe Cambers' garage for repairs only to be trapped with her son Tad in the sweltering car by the monstrous dog. [1]

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  • Cujo
  • Bernie Carbo
  • Dinah
  • Mister Clean
  • Mrs. Beasley
  • Rusty
  • Willie

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