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The Dead Zone/Cujo

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Two novels in one volume from horror writer Stephen King. The books contained are "Dead Zone" and "Cujo".
Hardcover, 688 pages
Published October 28th 1999 by Little, Brown & Company (first published December 31st 1997)
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Jan Raymond
It's Stephen King. Where does one even start? I just have to bow down to genius and hope he never stops writing.
Both books, The Dead Zone and Cujo, are strange. Really really strange! The type of freaky stories that only originate in King's mind. Of the two, my more favorite one was The Dead Zone. But that has to do with my prejudice. I loathe dogs, and super scary rabid dogs who try and kill everyone around them are even worse!!

Whereas I am really interested in the brain and mind and The Dead Zone showed that. I haven't seen any of that TV show. I wouldn't know if I would want to. I just remember fondne
Stefan Carlo
Time Travel. Rabid Dog. Perfect combination :)
Barbara Holford
I'd give the dead zone 5 ND CUJO 3 1/2 SO they average out about a 4.
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