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Welcome to Freddys

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
3 out of 5 stars
Story
4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 26-09-18

ill admit this book took time to get into with a intresting opening thats tries to grip you with a cliff hanger of whats to come. which i thought wasnt needed.. however where to story starts very slow it needs to keep you intresred some how. when listening to this book the characters where believeable and its easy to realate toe given how past events have effected them all. all connected to "freddy faz bears pizzaea" now closed down and left to rot. and with good reason of child disapearences and murders. on the anniversary of a certon characters death all the friends reunite to clear the past and hopefully give it some closeure on the murders that happend. only to find out the animatronics have a big story to tell in their haunting actions and rusted parts. it realates to the games well but changes the story enough to keep it fresh and i prefer the story here compared to the games story. its alot of teenage drama to start with but stick with it as the great deatailed story really shines when the horror kicks off. its great for those who love the game series and for those looking for a solid horror story. Suzanne tells it well if only making the male characters sound very dull and emotionless compared to all the female characters but you will soon get over it as the story takes over. over all a fantasic read

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haunting images left in my head! (spoilers)

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
3 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 26-09-18

i had no idea after the first book how this one could possibly change things and i was blown away at the greatly detailed new animatronics. how they messed with the characters and your own head was amazing it reminded of phsyical manifestations of the nightmare animatronics from the fnaf 4 game but some how worse they are no longer haunted "child freindly" machines, now these ones sound like they are made to kill, each one of them having bone chilling appearences that almost grow in your head like moss on a tree getting uglier by the minute. the story this time kicks off very well carrying off after "the silver eyes" by a small amount of time past. the characters have grown well and the horror happens suddenly thanks to the new features of the animatronics. with great detail through and through. it had one or two corny lines in very serious moments but gets quickly over looked by fast moving sceens. and ends on one of the best cliff hangers in reading. I only wished Suzanne up'ed her game by keeping it simple. again, when voiceing characters as like "the silver eyes" male characters sound dull and dragged out. apart from that its read very well to you. and the added music at the start and end really sets the stage for a dark mind messing sequal done right!

good but looms in the shadow of "the twisted ones"

Overall
4 out of 5 stars
Performance
3 out of 5 stars
Story
3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 26-09-18

i love this series but part 3 got off course and in a way ruin the past 2.. its great but focuses of a new mystery rather than the already big enough mystery of the past books. and unnecessaryly over complecates things. i had too many questions by the end which if awnserd in a squal, great. if not its left at a horrible stand still. the only other thing is its read to you almost annoyingly. Suzanne makes the male characters sound slow spoken and goulish its a good read untill a male character speaks any kind of dialog. over all its good, a little slower than the past 2 books still a strong if not confuseing story this time around. a sequal to this one would be great although i doubt it.