By Stephen King
Cujo est un saint-bernard de cent pounds, le meilleur ami de Brett Camber, qui a dix ans. Un jour, Cujo chasse un lapin qui se réfugie dans une sorte de petite grotte souterraine habitée par des chauve-souris.
Ce qui va arriver à Cujo et à ceux qui auront le malheur de l’approcher constitue le sujet du roman le plus terrifiant que Stephen King ait jamais écrit. Brett et ses mom and dad, leurs voisins Vic Trenton et sa femme Donna, aux prises avec l’écroulement de leur couple, Tad, leur petit garçon, depuis des semaines en proie à des terreurs nocturnes : tous vont être précipités dans un véritable typhon d’épouvante, un cauchemar nommé Cujo…
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She studied him more closely. He had originally struck her as being rather naive, perhaps not even out of his first century. She decided to reassess that judgement. Once, disease and accident had been the greatest killers of humankind; now the greatest killer was boredom, usually leading to the latter of the first two causes. Perhaps Janer was much older than she had first thought; perhaps he had the same problem as herself. ’ said the Hooper abruptly, the content of the conversation apparently only just penetrating.
Only if they want to,’ said Janer. ’ Erlin bit down on a burst of laughter. That from a Hooper on a world where just about every creature was a nasty bugger out for its plug of flesh. ‘I assure you they are harmless unless forced to defend themselves,’ said Janer. The Hooper studied the hornets more closely. ’ How’s he going to explain the hive mind? Erlin wondered. ‘They are the eyes of the hive,’ said Janer. ‘Oh, them . . ’ ‘OK, stick y’ luggage in the back and climb in. ’ ‘Please,’ said Erlin as she stood aside to allow Keech to take his hover trunk around to the back of the cab.
Peck nodded slowly. ‘Can still hear ‘im muttering,’ he said. ‘We’ll always hear that,’ said Ambel, reaching out and carefully slapping Peck on the shoulder. ’ As Ambel walked past Peck, the crewman stared at the door to the cabin with his face screwed up in an expression that might have been remembered pain or might have been longing. ’ Ambel asked Anne as she lowered a full net down to the hive of activity in the hold. ‘Twelve in all, with enough spare to do us for a week or so. Good run,’ she added.