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Summary

Haunted by the past....

To avoid confronting an ugly truth, Nole falls prey to a monster that punishes past transgressions. Growing weaker by the day, 9-year-old Jake looks back on the time before he was sick, imagining life as if he were well again. And, forever desperate to prove his worth to his arrogant brother and distant father, Toby chases victory at an arcade game with horrifying consequences. 

But in the unpredictable world of Five Nights at Freddy's, sometimes the past can take on a life of its own. 

In this sixth volume, Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of his series' canon, featuring cover art from fan-favorite artist LadyFiszi.

©2020 Scott Cawthon (P)2020 Scholastic Inc.

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10000/10 wala perfectomingos pinch of creepfactor!

looove it more than any other fnaf book???? word word lalala mepo cant stop this lol

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fun to listen to

I liked listening to it, the story is very interesting, and pulls you in to it

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The Epilogues Have Been Added To These Audiobooks

These are an absolutely incredible engaging book series which are genuinely scary sometimes even to an adult, When I'd first listened to the Scholastic Audible Versions of the "Fazbear Frights" Series they lacked the Epilogue story, But if you "Remove From Device" and then re-download them they've fixed them to include the Epilogue which is incredible ! I can't wait to hear them all and be upto date !

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Great!

Great, just like the 5 previous. Suzanne's performances are improving and I'm glad the Stitchwraith chapters are finally being included.

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The best one so far and the ending was terafing

I loved it had lots of loure for the games and books would read agen

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  • Brea
  • 02-01-21

I'm not sure it was worth it this time.

Normally, I absolutely love these stories, but these were... not the best. The first 2 had literally nothing to do with FNAF. The first one was just "Dance with Me" with a new, somehow more heavy-handed coat of paint.
The 2nd story was well-written, but felt out-of-place here. there were no recognizable characters, but it might have stitch-implications.
The final tale involves a character we've been waiting for for a long time. and thankfully its a great concept! its, by far, the best in the book. So, if you're a huge FNAF fan, be prepared.

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  • jacques
  • 30-12-20

The best book in the series! Bonus amazing work by the reader!

Spoiler Free! The book has three objective stories that cover a wide range of topics and emotions. One story in particular made me feel contemplative. There are clues and indications of concepts from the games that anyone will appreciate and want to listen to and read again.
Suzanne Freeman is excellent in this piece. Her best work by far in the series.

Forward thinking by Scholastic for including the epilogue “Stitchwraith” story is included. I really hope the next book is just as good if not better!

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  • Zninja
  • 19-01-21

great stories, less spooky though.

The stories weren't bad by any means, the narrative seemed to be cranked up while the spooks were toned down. I would still happily listen again.

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  • Zoe
  • 16-01-21

This one actually has the stitch wraith part in it

This has the epilogue, which most of them don't, so that's nice. All of the books are great, creepy, and interesting. I just wish the rest of the audio books had the epilogues in them.

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  • Cammaron
  • 14-01-21

Sub par

the story plot for the first was good but left little too enjoy.
the second story was sad and had nothing to do with Fazbear
third story was just so much noise and had a un satisfying ending

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  • Heather
  • 07-01-21

worth reading

I love all of the five nights at freddys books and games and cant wait for the next book

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  • Shari S.
  • 28-03-22

Perfect

I believe this book is the single most lore based book. Story 1 revolves around forgiveness such as the screens when you die in Ultimate Custom Night of Afton asking Crying Child for forgiveness. Story 2 talks about frontal lobe issues such as the “Kinda surprising that a human being could survive without a frontal lobe,” that Phone Guy said in FNaF 1.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-12-21

Nice

It was a good book the first story was the scariest one the second one was sad and the third one was a little boring

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  • ThatPerson.exe
  • 29-09-21

Good night time book!

The book was pretty good it was better a night just laying there and listening.

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  • Liza
  • 12-05-21

AMAZING

Yay this book was amazing and this audio even had the stitchwraith epilogue absolutely perfect