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Summary

Some things must be learned the hard way....

Reed sees an opportunity to teach the school bully not to mess with him, but ends up mangling the lesson. Robert, an exhausted single father, gets a crash course in parenting when he buys a fancy new teddy bear to watch and entertain his young son. Chris, eager to join the Science Club at school, agrees to undergo a grisly experiment to be accepted. But in the malevolent universe of Five Nights at Freddy's, there's always an education in pain. 

In this seventh 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 fanfavorite artist LadyFiszi. 

Listeners beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans.

©2021 Scott Cawthon (P)2021 Scholastic Inc.

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Story's were brilliant but no animatronics

I loved the stories the cliffs one made me cry very emotional just no animatronics in this universe story or snimatronic related but I really lived the science one the last story was hooked

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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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Amazing!

I loved it, the stories were so interesting and my attention was wrapped the whole way through. I'm doing online schooling and every second the teachers stopped talking I would slip the audio book on. I was so excited I pre ordered it 7 days in advance, It was totally worth the wait.

I highly recommend this to anyone whos a fan of horror, mystery and very gruesome and vivid descriptions
The 3rd story is so incredible!

Thanks to Scott Cawthon for making such an incredible book & game series :)

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-03-21

So now they decide to do the stitchwraith epilogues

I’ve been a big fan of the FNaF franchise games, books, merch and all, but I’m honestly surprised as to how it took them 7 books to decide to add the stitchwraith stories at the end. I own all 7 Fazbear Frights books plus the original novel trilogy, but audible’s audiobook form of the other 6 Fazbear Frights books leave out the Stitchwraith epilogues, so why have they just now decided to narrate those as well?

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  • Brea
  • 13-03-21

Not the best Fazbear Fright, but better than the l

This time, we got 2 fairly strong stories, and a much weaker one. But thats pretty par for the course with these. Usually its due to a weak ending, but in this case, it was the main character being insufferable.
The stitchwraith piece was pretty satisfying, and fed into the lore.
Over all, I give it 7 Tag-Along Freddies out of 10

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  • Blonderson
  • 06-03-21

Breath Taking

I absolutely Love this series and everything that Scott has done. Every story is unique and gives us a little bit more insight to the lore of the FNAF universe and the book came out on audible on my birthday and I could not have been happier! 10 out of 10 definitely going to listen to again

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  • Mikkel Soto
  • 05-03-21

pretty good overall

all the stories were pretty good, while either the first or the second being my favorite.

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  • Santiago
  • 14-05-21

I just hated the second story

this was a good book but I can't give it five stars because the second story really ticked me off.
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A bully kid who sees a friend get injured by said bully. Doesn't hurt the bully but just traps him in the exoskeleton that the bully himself got into. The kid feels immediately guilty and wants to make it right as soon as he's done hanging with his friends. unfortunately due to some contrived technology circumstance the bully becomes a zombie. kills the kid even though he did not deserve it and everything that was justified I felt no sympathy towards the bully and could care less I did care about the character though.

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  • Megan K Rayborn
  • 24-03-21

I've never seen a cliff more exciting that this.

This book is incredible. It has such an amazong storyline, and I appreciate the voice-acting.

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  • Samuel a Carlsruh
  • 14-02-22

Bruh so good

😚😋🙂😣😖🙂😔😒🥰😖😔😗🙂🥲🌥🌦💨🌊🌩☁️🥬🫒🍑🍉🥐🥞🥰🧐☁️💧🙂🍅🍍🍍🌩highway coach is not the first ☝️ player of this season to be played by this team of all the players and players who have not played a role in the sport in a union or football league yet to win 🏅 the first division in a row of their first round of games in the last three seasons of the

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-09-21

Nice

I like it its pretty good not the best but pretty good O liked the second one the most it had a spooky Vaibhav

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  • 14-07-21

The second story was great 👍

The second story was soo good! The stichwraith epolouge really set the ambiance for the story. The lore was heavy, and I think Julius's endo was the base for Spring-Bonnie and Springtrap. Worth the money. 😀!

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  • Aaron
  • 28-06-21

good but lower than it's predecessor

I have been reading all the Fazbear frights books since the begging and even with some of the other stories I k ow people were Abit negative about I felt good but the second and third stories on this one just felt so kinda out there with no explanation. still and okay read but the weakest in the series to me so far.