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A string of bad luck you can't seem to shake...for Angel, Hudson, and Sergio, it's an all too familiar feeling. Repulsed by her spoiled stepsister's lavish birthday party, Angel exacts a hasty and ill-fated revenge. Hudson's young life is littered with tragedy and broken dreams, but a well-paying security job might just be all he needs to turn things around. Sergio acquires a unique novelty toy that instantly brings good luck, but is the toy really leading him to happiness...or to a more monstrous end?

©2021 Scott Cawthon. (P)2021 Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Morgan
  • 17-05-21

Favorite of the book installments

I love this collection of stories! They are great! My second favorite is number 6!

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  • Brea
  • 11-05-21

Possibly the Strangest Fazbear Fright since the V

Normally, these books go one of 2 ways; either 2 stories are great, and 1 is trash, or 1 is great and the others suck. But that wasn't true at all of this one! We had delicious body horror, tight connections to FNAF (which you'd think would be a given, but no), and none of the main characters were insufferable or unreasonable! Yeah, Angell in "Gumdrop Angel" blames a 5-year-old for a lot of things that weren't within her control, but she's a surly teen with a shit family life. So its not out of character.

The one thing I wish we'd gotten was a reaction from Barry and Dwayne at the end of "What We Found", but it wasn't at all bad to leave it ambiguous.

Finally, without spoiling anything, the Stitchwraith section may be the most important piece in interconnecting all the Fazbear Fright stories. Maybe.

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  • Jimmy
  • 09-05-21

A little too much gunk

Pretty charming thriller. Third story was the really terrifying one but I felt there was too much information crammed into the action scenes. Action then flashback or random cheesy pun then action again. I'm not sure if teens are into that sort of corny style but I sure wasn't.

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  • Fox
  • 07-05-21

Wonderful Story and Reading

Though I'm still sour with the missing pages of 1:35 am, I will always enjoy these books as I listen to them, and Suzanne does her best to give the different characters distinct voices. I listened to Lord of Flies and that man was boreing I almost fell asleep. I will always listen to Suzanne read. Can't wait for the next book.