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Into the Pit

Five Nights at Freddy's: Fazbear Frights, Book 1
Narrated by: Suzanne Freeman
Length: 4 hrs and 49 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What do you wish for most? It's a question that Oswald, Sarah, and Millie think they know the answer to. Oswald wishes his summer wasn't so boring, Sarah wishes to be beautiful, and Millie wishes she could just disappear from the face of the earth. But in the twisted world of Five Nights at Freddy's, their hearts' deepest desires have an unexpected cost.

In this volume, horror master Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of his series' canon.

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

©2019 Scholastic Inc. (P)2019 Scholastic Inc.

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The last one

The last story was realy nice the second a little less but still nice thefirstonewasrealyniceaswell

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Amazing

such an amazing book and very well written, can't wait to get the whole series.

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Intense!

This was definitely a interesting installment in the FNAF book series! can't wait to listen to the next one when it is released.

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  • Dave Krist
  • 2020-07-29

no stitchwraith

the audiobook is missing the bonus story found in the kindle physical versions about the stitchwraith.

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  • Shey
  • 2019-12-29

awesome kid friendly trilogy

three kid level scary stories with a Freddy Fazbear and friends twist. Scott and the other author did a fantastic job. all three stories are about a child wanting a better life, in one way or another, and meeting a FNAF friend who helps them to their dismay.

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  • Erika Callahan
  • 2020-07-15

Great stories, no epilogue

While I really enjoyed all three of these stories, I would like to note that the Stitchwraith epilogues on all these books are not present in these versions of the audiobooks. I’m not sure why they were left out, but thought I’d mention here, since I couldn’t find any information that said why.

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  • Lewis Ballard
  • 2019-12-31

Spoopy

Ok it was really good but what happened to Mille? I NEED TO KNOW SCOTT

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-06-23

Game Theory sent me here

Awesome story with excellent plot twist and an amazing delivery what was with the narrator though she sounded dead

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-01-05

GG's THIS WAS GREAT AND FREE!

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  • Antonio
  • 2020-07-09

why

why is this book well revived? The first story was fun but still flawed, the second was a heavy dose of horrible and make me question every single aspect of human existence, THEN THE THIRD!!!.... is not that bad but I hate the main character in this story. I dislike all the characters in this story except two because they're the only smart humans in this story. The humans in question is Millie's grandfather and Millie's male friend that I can't remember the name of. The rest are either boring to the point where I couldn't care about the story or they're just retarded. Why that I gave a four star rating for the story? Because the first story has the best plot in existence. Time Traveling Ball pit. Absolutely Glorious. I'll also give two stars for Performance because of Funtime Freddy's inclusion in the third story because I'm a bias FNaF fan child. But if I didn't care about FNaF at all and I happen to just find this story on my own and decided to read for some existential reasoning I'd give everything but the first story a one...

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  • Cassie Thompson
  • 2020-05-19

Great book but one small problem

I love the book but my problem with it is in chapter 1 where she mispronounced manga. Manga is pronounced mawn*ga not main*ga

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  • xel
  • 2020-01-16

good story

i love the games so now that books are out its so fun to listen to them

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-01-07

The stories of the children are all very wonderful

I'm not going into detail very much because this is such a good book and deserves to be listened through its entirety. The way the book is structured is a good idea. Having 3 different stories about the children experiencing their own problems in life and their choices ending up to ruin their own lives are like little (and yet not so little?) campfire stories; each more terrifying than the last. The narrator specifically for this audio book was very good. My only suggestion is that if the narrator would shift tones according to the scene of the story that was read. Tense when "Dracula's daughter" was trapped and calm (floaty?) when she was having a flash back. Other than that the mini voice acting for the characters from the book is good. For any FNAF theorists out there that want to know more about the lore of the games I recommend to read this. There are a good number of details that are note worthy. I'm hooked and eagerly waiting for the next issue!

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