Cujo

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Publisher Viking
Year 1981
Edition FIRST
Printing FIRST
Pages 319
Binding Hardcover
Condition As New
244.95
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Viking, 1981. True First Edition and First Printing with the words "First Published in 1981 by The Viking Press" on line three of the copyright page, and no other dates or printings mentioned, no date on the title page, quarter bound black cloth with tan sides and no top-stain, with the original Adelson designed First State clipped dust jacket. ISBN 0-670-45193-2, ~ Stephen King's Early Werewolf Novel ~ Rare & Collectible ~ This is a stunning and Collectible copy of the increasingly Rare. This True First Edition is in Mint unread condition and is tight, crisp, brilliant gold and silver gilt titles, pristine tan boards, and it is free of any other defects or remainder marks. This is not an ex-library copy or book club edition. The brilliant and unfaded dust jacket is in Fine condition no rips or tears and it comes beautifully and professionally protected in a new Brodart cover. This increasingly Rare True First Edition is in stunning Collectible condition and it is destined to continue to rapidly appreciate in value over the coming decade!!! "Cujo" is one of Stephen King's classic novels and it remains one of the most desired and valuable True First Editions from the famous author. The story can be described as a relentless, dark novel that vividly shows the horror of reality and, when a dog Cujo goes rabid, the realities of that horror. In the town of Castle Rock, Maine a five-year-old boy called Tad Trenton has nightmares about the monster which he sees nightly watching him from the cupboard in his bedroom. His mother says that is just a pile of old blankets. Tad knows it is real. Paralyzed with fear he sees the burning eyes and smells its fetid breath. At last his father invents a charm, which they call the Monster Words, a spell to keep the evil at bay. But Tad is still afraid. This book is a must have for any serious Stephen King Collector and is destined to rapidly appreciate in value over the coming decade. Being one of Stephen King's first novels, this increasingly Rare True First Edition is a must-have for your collection and it is destined to continue to rapidly appreciate in value!!!! 319 pages.