" Cujo was a pretty good book, as most of stephen king's books are; it has multiple plots going on at once. Two families, the Cambers and the Trentons, are falling apart. Mrs. Camber is feeling abused by her husband, and wants to leave him, and take her son with her. She wants to visit her sister and in-laws in Connecticut. The Trentons are falling apart because Mrs. Trenton had an affair behind her husbands back, and he found out and feels that their relationship won't last. The Trenton's son, Tad is having nightmares, and believes that a monster is in his closet. In the meantime, the Cambers enourmous Saint Bernard, Cujo, chases a rabbit into a cave and get bit by a rabbid bat. Slowly throughout the book he get rabbies and goes mad. His size makes him the most dangerous; in Cujo's mind every person he sees is causing him his pain, every person he sees is making him sick, and he wants revenge against them. The dynamic character is Donna Trenton, the wife. The static characters are Tad Trenton, and Brett Camber, the sons in each family, they don't really understand what is really going on in their families. Cujo is probably considered a dynamic character because he does get the rabbies, and every person he sees he believes made him sick, even if he already killed his last victim. Cujo was a good book and if you enjoy horror books I think you should read it. "
— Kristina, 1/19/2014