Harvey
Harvey asked:

I'm just stopped reading page 155 a few seconds ago and I have loved it so far, probably a 4 and a half because it does have some major swears in it

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Meriem Oh dear, if you want to read King's books you've got to be ready for more than swears.
Jade Heslin Welcome to how the other half live. Swearing happens. How do you expect a book to portray reality without any swearing? I think Stephen King uses it to great effect, actually. Either for character building or comedic effect. They certainly aren't in there for no reason.
Don't let it put you off, Cujo is one of the best :)
Christy My goodness--it is real life he's portraying here.....it's a fact of life that many (if not most) people swear sometimes; especially the type he's portraying....drunk, wife abusers..... It would be a big shame not to read any book that has things in it that you don't personally do.
Derek King is true to his characters. He's not going censor or artificially change them, that would lesson the reality of the story.

Even if you don't like swearing (I don't and never do) I wouldn't use that against his novel.
Brandon Hagan Are you serious?! What a ridiculously sheltered existence you must have...
mvl apuli major swears :(
Benjamin Richards I've got to admit, the swearing doesn't fit with the characters in the book. I'm not sure I can fully explain it, maybe it's because the dialogue is so disingenuous that using swear words seems like a futile attempt to add depth to shallow protagonists. However, I am enjoying reading this little slice if 80's horror fiction.
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