ByTom Meadows, writer at
Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere. -Albert Einstein
Tom Meadows

I think a lot of people can agree that the Five Nights at Freddy's games is some of the most terrifying games that have ever been made in video game history. That's not exaggerating in the slightest; this game's friendly looking animatronics have caused nightmares for millions of people and challenged everyone to be quick and careful in this phenomenal independent project created by Scott Cawthon.

The Five Nights franchise has spawned untold amounts of videos, blogs, and articles of theories and speculations over what is really happening beyond the CCTV monitors and the little boy's nightmares. Without a doubt the most well drawn out and believable breakdown is MatPat's 9 videos on The Game Theorists YouTube channel.

But now, with its popularity growing, it is starting to spawn novels. Any good lore has to have some novels put in here and there that expand on the story in new and exotic ways. Here is one of those novels.

I discovered this on Amazon while ordering the other FNaF book, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes. I do plan on reviewing that book as well when I finish, but for now we'll stick with this one because this is one that you really need to look out for. Sadly though, I didn't mean that in the good way.

I was severely disappointed. This book's length is a measly 16 pages long with some of the most cheesy references of other games that I've ever seen. I understand it was for copyright reasons, but would have been better off not being made to begin with.

Now if I just found this on the internet on some fanfic site, I would have read it and moved on; but the fact that he is selling this for TEN DOLLARS a piece on Amazon is beyond me. If it's this easy to sell a fan made book, then I should have done this years ago with my old fanfics. I am sorry, but this is by far the worst 10 dollars I have ever spent in my life.

Final Score: No Score. Do Not Buy This Book, Waste Of Money

Right now I am reading Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes. It's more along the lines of 450 pages, and Scott Cawthon actually collaborated with Kira Breed-Wrisley to write this novel. I have extremely high hopes for it, and so far I haven't been disappointed. Keep watch for my review on it!


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