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Fetch

Five Nights at Freddy's: Fazbear Frights, Book 2
Narrated by: Suzanne Freeman
Length: 6 hrs and 20 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From twisted toys to gut-wrenching games, this collection of terrifying tales is unsettling enough to mess with even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans. In this volume, horror master Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of FNAF's canon.  

Listeners beware: In this startling world, desperate wishes have an unexpected cost, beautiful trinkets reveal appalling powers, and harmless pranks can go awry in ghastly ways.

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Feels unfinished

The first story (of 3) in this novel is probably the best, however the book as a whole feels under baked.

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  • becky
  • 2020-08-31

why did you leave out the stichwraith?

It was a great story I love mini story’s in one story but well would it kill ya to add a few more minutes to add the stichwraith epilogue just saying if you have to go out and buy the book in this time of the year that’s just a tiny bit insane

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  • Tatiana Nasedkina
  • 2020-03-04

Fetch me a drink, I’m listening this book

Amazing book, though I think it took a while in Lonely Freddy for the action to start. Fetch kinda ended on a cliffhanger and Out of Stock, probably the best ending. Great trio of stories tho!

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  • PeggyP
  • 2020-07-27

Where is the Stitchwraith

I don’t have a problem with anything else, but in the paperback books there is a story at the end about the Stitchwraith. And this is important to the story of the book series.

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  • Missy Hoppe
  • 2020-07-03

These audiobooks are incomplete

I really, really loved all three books in the series that have been released so far. I thought they were fantastic, but just recently, I've been watching some YouTube videos, and it seems that the audio versions of these books are not complete. Apparently, in the print versions of the books, there is an epilogue, and each of the epilogues is part of another story. I sincerely hope that audible is planning to release the full story that contains all of the epilogues when the series is complete. Otherwise, is there any chance that the epilogues will be added to these recordings? I really want to get the full story, and feel as though I am missing out on important things because these parts are not being included in audio. Otherwise, I would highly highly recommend these books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-04-21

How the book and all other of Scott’s fnaf books are great horror stories

All of Scott’s official Fnaf are great, if I were to say something from Game Theory, I would say and I quote “The Fazbear Frights are just a modern version of Goosebumps” and quote, and I agree, These books really are a great modern representation of Goosebumps, and the original trilogy of books are just as great, and I’m just talking about the entire book series, Fazbear Frights, and the original trilogy of books, the books by themselves, are amazing, and Scott, if you see this review, keep it up, keep making these books, you’re an amazing book writer and game developer!😁😁😁

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-03-07

Amazing the story is incredible and performance

Love it I love the games and books but this is next level amazing work Scott

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  • kiari
  • 2020-03-06

Scary, Heart Throbbing, and Perfect!

I loved this addition to the much loved Five Nights at Freddy's series. It roped me in from the get-go, and I couldn't stop listening to it till it was finished. Just a warning, don't listen to this when sleep-deprived, I fell asleep lulled by the soothing voice of the reader in the final story and in the short nap I fell into I dreamt that Baby, Puppet, and Springtrap were chasing after me and trying to drill into my back. This is the first series I have ever felt any real-life terror while experiencing it and Scott Cawthon doesn't disappoint. I'm ready for the next one!!!

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  • Sean Craig
  • 2020-10-22

BEST BOOK I HAVE READ SO FAR!!!!!

my only question is where did you get the idea of fetch because he is not from the game or any of the books in the original franchise

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-10-15

good book good story

it's the best book I've ever heard I hope you hear it good job Scott Cawthon

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  • Andinshawn
  • 2020-09-26

why don't they include the extra story at the end?

I own a copy of the first installment in this series and I know that there is a piece of a story at the end of each book. once you've read every book you will have the entire extra story. almost like the bonus scene at the end of each marvel movie. I got this audiobook because I tend to get sleepy reading myself but was pretty disappointed to find that this story wasn't included. I wanted to get the next book but now I'm totally rethinking it.