Based on the best-selling horror video game series, Five Nights at Freddy's.
It's been exactly 10 years since the murders at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, and Charlotte (Charlie for short) has spent those 10 years trying to forget. Her father was the owner of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza and the creator of its four adult-sized animatronic animals, and now Charlie is returning to her hometown to reunite with her childhood friends on the anniversary of the tragedy that ripped their town apart.
Curiosity leads Charlie and her friends back to the old pizza place, and they find it hidden and sealed, but still standing. They discover a way inside, but things are not as they once were: the four mascots that delighted and entertained them as children have changed. The animatronic animals have a dark secret, and a murderous agenda.
©2015 Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley (P)2016 Scholastic Inc.
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"Interesting if you follow FNAF"
Only to get more insight into Five Nights at Freddy's.
Only if they are interested in the world of Five Nights at Freddy's. Otherwise no, the book is amateurish.
The performance was good, but the characters fell flat.
This book was only interesting insofar as it added more to the world of the games. As a story on its own, it is bland.
I really likedbthe story line. I'm a really big fan of FNAF so this was the icing on the cake. thank you Scott
"Great book! Well done, Scott!"
It was a great book! Very rewarding for fans of the games and newcomers too!
"Great, but needed a little something"
I loved the story. The characters were amazing, but with that, the reader needed help. She made them all sound like they were depressed. Other than that, AMAZING. Can't wait to see if Scott continues the series.
"not here for the writing"
look, you aren't here because you are looking for a well written book, your here for the game lore most likely. the boom clears some big things up, adds way more questions than it answers and is all around unsatisfying.
The performance was alright, but nothing incredible. All the male characters were the same and most of the female characters were the same...but...sometimes more...girly?
I doubt there will ever be a satisfying answer to the biggest questions in the game lore, but this book brings up some interesting points and gives me new theories to consider.
main point, read at your own risk.
amazing book and easy to link with fnaf lore.
Favorite part was when Purple Guy/Afton referenced the happiest day minigame.
only confusing thing for me was the timeline (I read this after sister location). could Acton have possibly commit the murders before being scooped?
"I tried I really did."
I was unable to get into the story because of how extremely stupid the main characters are. This story falls victim to poor story telling, poor writing, and poor internal logic.
Whoever wrote this book must be related to Scott Cawthon, because this entire story is terrible.
If I was the editor I would never have published this book.
This book should never have existed. The incredibly stupid logic that the main characters use makes me root for the killer, removing the main characters from the gene pool is a service to humanity. Here is just some of the logic that makes me mad; The main characters go to find the old pizzeria, they discover a mall has been built where the pizzeria used to be, so they decide to break into the mall to look for the pizzeria. Literally the logic is the story must continue so make the character do something just to move the plot. And that is just the first in an extremely long string of incredibly stupid decisions that is this book.
I love all the games and this book just adds more to the mysterious plot that is five nights at Freddy's. Scott is truly a mastermind!
"A Big Disappointment"
I was ecstatic when I found out that they were coming out with a Five Nights at Freddy's book. After reading/listening to it I am still filled with questions. It was a way to pass the time, but that really was all it was good for. All of the characters lack definition and the story was bland. Maybe if I were 10 years younger I would have thought better of it. On a better note, the performer/reader did a fantastic job.
I find this book fascinating! Have now listened twice and pan in doing so again! :-)
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