Along with Christine, Cujo is my favorite Stephen King audio book. Christine though is a fun read, while Cujo deals with real life monsters and therefore can be taken more seriously.
The reality of it. Sin (adultery, drunkeness, carelessness, lack of communication) leads ultimately to the creation of a monster (a closet monster) that cannot be dealt with, with monster words. Dracula really cannot be beaten by wearing a cross, superficial religion that does not actually deal with sin - cannot save.
As a pastor I appreciate that Stephen King seems to deal with total depravity and its very real monstrous impact on our world - theological accuracy!
No, but I almost did not purchase this audiobook because of so many negative reviews of Raver's performance. Yet, in my opinion she was outstanding. I was pleasantly suprised with how she handled even the male voices and because the book does include prominent female voices I believe she was a good choice to narrate.
I guess it is a matter of taste but in my opinion Raver's narration of this book compares favorably with any other narration of any book by any narrator I have heard.
Gary Pervier is my favorite. His soft heart toward Cujo endears you to him in spite of his many faults. Raver does a great job with his voice.
God's Holy Word
Jesus Christ's rising from the dead, conquering sin and death!
He speaks clearly and reverently, he is easy to listen to.
There are many but if I have to choose I would say Jesus Christ's death on the cross and His saying from the cross "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do."
Real life experience, real life application to the heart of marital difficulties.
I don't think I could / would compare it to any other. I guess it could be compared to any pre-marital counseling book and yet it deals with one issue, security in marriage, more exclusively than other books do and impresses on you the importance of building that SECURITY into a relationship, even before marriage. It tells you how to do that also.
If I ever marry again, I will read or listen to this book with my prospective wife before marriage.
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