1:35am (Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #3) (3)
  • 1:35am (Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #3) (3)
  • 1:35am (Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #3) (3)
  • 1:35am (Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #3) (3)
  • 1:35am (Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #3) (3)
ISBN: 1338576038
EAN13: 9781338576030
Language: English
Release Date: May 5, 2020
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Five Nights at Freddy's fans won't want to miss this pulse-pounding collection of three novella-length tales that will keep even the bravest FNAF player up at night.

For Delilah, Stanley, and Devon, being left behind is practically a way of life. Orphaned from a young age and recently divorced, Delilah escapes deeper into her dreams each night, in desperate need of a wake-up call. Stanley is newly dumped, stuck in a dead-end job for a mysterious employer, and unable to connect with anyone. And Devon, abandoned by his dad and ignored by his mom, can't understand why love and friendship come so easily to everyone except him. Unfortunately, in the callous world of Five Nights at Freddy's, it's always in the depths of loneliness when evil creeps in.In this third 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. Readers beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans.

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5
   Creepy and Tragic Stories
Reading all these emotional stories, there were probably some short hits more from the first and third stories. Spoilers ahead Ellah in the first story, accepting the fact that she is going to die in a vent because she won 't be able to get to her, was very chilling and left me a little speechless. Despite my suspicions that he was planning to do something terrible to Kesley, Devon's actions in the third book were shocking. I love how the stories were written to elaborate on the loneliness of each protagonist, that was ultimately a factor in their actions.
 
5
   Good read
Absolutely '' love these books! My son adores her and I even gotten into the series. Well written and a total page turner, couldn t put it down!
 
4
   Get Ready to Be Unsettled (In a Good Way)
Darker than the other two books in the series thus far. It can sometimes be pretty visceral, especially the second story. Good read and is safe for all readers, though I think the target audience in this case was a little higher. The last protagonists are older in most stories, compared to the main books. Instead of teens, there are stories with adults thrown in. Spoiler free review 1) 135 AM Suspenseful until the end. Wish it could have gone longer ''. 2) Room for One More -- Without being graphic, this story caused me to feel really uncomfortable in the way the author intended. This one is kind of important, but it involves one of the most cryptic FNAF characters.
 
5
   Very dark and suspenseful
Fantastic book, but it gets dark VERY QUICK. Don 't read if you're faint of heart. Personally, I loved the darkness of it, as that's what FNAF is all about! !
 
4
   Good, but kind of stale
This is so far one of the weaker books in the Fazbear Fright series. What made the first two so good was the fact that the stories could be expanded and how I wanted to see more chracters in the first second book. However, this story is weaker in that sense, and each of the stories has a clear beginning and end. That is how you make a good. short story by making the viewer want more, but making them see also why they want less. I'd also like to mention that the first had more rigid characters. With more of a stage presence : If you ask me, the second third dropped the ball in this regard. Also, this is more of a personal gripe, but the stories seem less fun to speculate about. The first was a little tricky, the second was easy and the third was just weird. And doesn't fit cleanly. Anyway, this is still a good book, but didn 't fix the flaws with the second.
 
5
   Chilling
Every story in this novel leaves the reader with a chilling sense of dread as well as just plain uncomfortable with the mental images that the text produces. Freddy is recommended to any fan of horror and the five nights at any of Freddy's games.
 
5
   Ohhh this book is sinister
This book was one of my favorites and the horror fealing was in this book. I was reeking the book in the night and i got scared. Is more good than fetch. Book by Geat!
 
5
   Original Storylines, Good Plot
The stories in this novel are more sinister than the last two and you can see Scott Cawthon's brain child behind this. I find the writing style to be lacking a tad, even though it is a YA book. But the plots and storylines are so good that this small sin is easily forgiven.
 
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