Stephen King has written an astonishingly many books during his half-century career as a novelist, but few of them are as brilliantly effective as those as a novelist. Cujo, First published in 1981, it is a claustrophobic story about a woman and her son trapped in a broken-down car by a mad Saint Bernard, and it has undeniably one of the most crushing conclusions in the King canon. . It’s the kind of book you can really only read once… which is partly eye-opening to hear that the author has just finished working on a novel that he says is Killer Dogs. Serves as a sequel to the story of
Stephen King’s next novel, fairy taleis set to be published in the fall, and he has confirmed that he has already written Another book featuring the protagonist Holly Gibney (From Mr. Mercedes trilogy, the outsiderand “If it bleeds”), but the prolific Wordsmith confirmed Losers Club There’s a podcast that they also finished a new novel called “Rattlesnake”. It sounds terrifying, and King notes that he sees it as a follow-up. Cujo, he said,
From their statement, it’s not clear exactly what “rattlesnake” connects to. CujoBut maybe it’ll be an exciting one when Constant Readers gets their hands on a copy—just like we found out about what his last three novels are all about. This, GlazedAnd the dark tower Chainrespectively.
Obviously this isn’t the first time Stephen King has ventured into sequel territory. In addition to the above Holly Gibney books the dark tower, he also has the Gwendy Trilogy (co-written with Richard Chizmar and released between 2017 and 2022); Jack Sawyer Duology (talisman And black house, co-written by Peter Straub); And, of course, there is doctor sleep – To follow the king Glazed Published in 2013 (Which writer/director Mike Flanagan turned into one of them) best stephen king movies of all time,
Even Without Direct Plot Connections, If Stephen King Is Here To Say That “Rattlesnake” Is A Spiritual Sequel Cujo, readers should be in for one hell of a ride. If the novel packs even a fraction of the devastation of the 1981 hit, we should be in for a treat.
We don’t have any release details for “Rattlesnake” yet (it’s also unclear whether it will be featured in a collection or released independently), but it immediately becomes an anticipated literary phenomenon. For more information about Cujoyou can read my Adapting Stephen King column about Lewis Teague-directed adaptation which was released in 1983 (and Presents a performance that King thinks he should have won an Oscar) and to learn about all the movies and television projects that are based on the author’s writings, head over to our Upcoming Stephen King Movies and TV guide.
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