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Pet Sematary by Stephen King is a book about an ordinary family moving from Maine to Ludlow because the family father Louis Creed got a new job as a doctor at the University in Ludlow Louis and his wife Rachel have two kids and they also have a cat called Church Elly has just started school and Gage is two years old Across the big road in front of their new house Jud and Norma Crandall lives and almost instantly Louis and his family become very good friends with Jud and Norma who are an old couple in their early eighties Every now and then Louis goes over to Juds in the evenings and theyre drinking beer and talking Louis and Jud become very close friends and Louis thinks of Jud as a very wise old man Jud tells Louis and Rachel to have the kids stay out of the dangerous road outside their gardenOn one of the first days after their arrival in Ludlow this beautiful summer Jud takes Louis and his family to show them the pet cemetery situated in the forest behind their house After walking quite a bit on this hot summer day they finally arrive at the pet cemetery Ever since early this century children have buried their beloved pets in this pet cemetery and a sign saying PET SEMATARY has also been put up at the entry of the burial groundOn Louis first day at work a student named Victor Pascow got hit by a car while jogging His head is smashed real bad and he is struggling between life and death on the floor of the infirmary When Louis sits alone by the unconscious boy lying on the floor he knows that the boy isnt going to make it Suddenly Victor Pascow opens his eyes and tells Louis that he should not go beyond the pet cemetery Since Louis had never seen or spoken to this Victor Pascow
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