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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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Welcome to Freddys

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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great book

its a great book a bit slow at some points but it's a compelling book well red

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Brilliant start of the trilogy.

I absolutely loved this book. I've recently got myself sucked into the fnaf franchise by getting myself immersed into the lore. This book didn't disappoint! The only thing i thought was the audio voice was a bit slow, so I had to speed it up slightly but none the less still highly recommended. Great for lore lovers 👏❤

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Unexpected masterpiece

I had played the games, but when my friend recommended reading a book about it I was doubtful, but I gave him the benefit of the doubt and listened to it, and I was very surprised, Scott Cawthon has managed to make a compelling story full of great characters and tense moments, this has become my favorite series of books, if you’re doubtful I’d recommend using a token to unlock it, you don’t need any prior knowledge to enjoy this story and it’s a great listen weather you care about gnat or not 11/10 will read again^^

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i love

It took me a long time to sit down and finish it but it is a good and personally I love it.

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Intriguing franchise

I would definitely recommend this series!! I found the five nights at Freddy’s games a few years back an it captured my interest from the start as back then little was known an the origin an was a mystery, this storyline blew my expectations out the window and this has definitely overshadowed the games😂

when I say Five nights at Freddy’s dark and twisted backstory (or lore as some people call it) did not disappoint I mean it didn’t disappoint!! Like I said definitely would recommend if you’re into creepy, dark or twisted storylines

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Highly recommended for fans of FNAF!

After uming and ahhing for quite a while, I was pleasantly surprised by this audiobook! I'd heard that it was quite juvenile and angsty in places, and as a 24 year old I thought it might not suit me. However, while it definitely has moments of teenage feelings, the theme and mystery of Five Nights at Freddy's is strong and overarching. If you're a fan of FNAF in any way, (and don't mind young adult fiction in general), I would highly recommend it! For the final 5 chapters or so I was hooked, and listened for hours each night, lost in the action. The narrator was a bit dry/soft and I personally would have preferred more emotion in the voices, but it didn't take away from my enjoyment at all and I quickly got used to the pacing. I thoroughly enjoyed The Silver Eyes and will be listening to the rest of the series!

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awesome!!!!!!

it was amazing to listen to in my spare time I had so many goosebumps near the end, I can't wait to hear the next two

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Great :DD

I enjoyed this very much however I suggest you listen with some creepy background music for an even better experience lol. :)

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brings the games to life!

I love the games and I thought this was a great way to bring them to life! I found the narrators voice a little robotic but overall it was a great listen, some very tense moments and I'll be moving to the next in the series!

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  • 04-11-16

My Son Loved it!

This book had a great vibe and was enjoyable! My Son had a great time listening to it. My son is a fan of the game and really enjoyed the lore.

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  • Bradley
  • 09-10-16

Brilliant.

I honestly loved this book. Suzanne Freeman does an amazing job voicing the characters. aswell as telling the story. Scott and Kira did a very good job with the story, but it did leave me with wanting more. My favorite character is CHarly, Mainly because the story resolved around her. She is the main character.. My least favorite was Lamar.. I felt he was undeveloped really. If there is a second book, I will be grabbing it. The Story, I will admit, wasn't scary at all. But being a fan of the games, I knew what was happening around every corner. Overall. It's a good book, and a great listen. Suzanne brought character to these characters.

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  • Sera
  • 09-12-16

Suzanne makes it!

The writing was well done, enough even to stand on its own... but the voice acting was very well done. I was reluctant because horror books can be made silly very easily by the wrong tone. Suzanne definitely delivered the suspense very, very well. Story was lacking a proper ending for me but still, overall a steady 5.

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  • joanne herzog
  • 14-03-19

Very good mystery book

I love this book it was amazing it kept me on the edge of my seat and I am definitely going to read the next book called "The Twisted Ones" I would suggest reading this book and or the whole series of FiveNightsatFreddys

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  • Mark Neal
  • 07-05-17

great book 5 stars

there was much that i wanted to see in this book but im preety sure they will add it in the next one

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  • UUB
  • 19-04-17

great for fnaf fans

I loved this book and for one credit it was awesome and if you like fnaf (Wich why else would you be looking into this book) long story short totaly worth it if under 15 USD

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  • Thomas
  • 14-10-16

A simple game turns a good mystery

The novelization of the FNAF game series proves to produce a solid story in novel form. The games themselves are largely very simple, in gameplay, but it's the subtle details and atmosphere that draw so many in for speculation and anticipation. The novel manages to capitalize on these traits quite well, spinning an excellent tale woven from elements familiar, but much more involved, than those gleamed from the games.

As such, I absolutely recommend it to those who are hungry for more story from this setting, though it may confound speculation on the game story, as I hear it's considered a parallel or alternative interpretation. Just the same, what is revealed is very compelling and absolutely stands on it's own. In fact, the way it's written, I could easily see this adapting extremely well to film - if they are basing the movie on it - in the hands of a capable director. ... And it says Book 1? Oh spud.

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  • James Simons
  • 28-01-20

Five Nights

Best book based on a indie video game and scary as all hell. Wish it would be a movie soon.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-10-19

So Spooky but Amazing! Fantastic for Halloween!👻

Man this story scared me cant wait to get started on book 2! Super spine chilling story.

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  • Mdra
  • 28-01-18

this a great book I hope their are many more of these books by Scott Cawthon

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