Fetch (Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #2)
The Fazbear Frights series continues with three more bone-chilling, novella-length tales to keep even the bravest Five Nights at Freddy's player up at night . . .After years of being kicked around, Greg, Alec, and Oscar are ready to take control of their lives. Greg decides to put the controversial science he's been studying to the test. Alec launches a master plot to expose his golden sister for the spoiled brat he knows she is. And Oscar, ever the miniature grown-up his mom needs him to be, decides to take something he wants . . . even though he knows it's wrong. But as these three will learn, control is a fragile thing in the sinister world of Five Nights at Freddy's.In this second 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.

Fetch (Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #2) Details

TitleFetch (Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 3rd, 2020
PublisherScholastic Inc.
ISBN-139781338576023
Rating
GenreHorror, Childrens, Middle Grade, Young Adult, Thriller

Fetch (Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #2) Review

  • Joshua
    January 1, 1970
    The Fazbear Frights series continue's with three more twisted tales... the most disturbing out of the six so far.It's been so fun reading these so far, and I hope I'll get the opportunity to obtain the rest of the series in the future beforehand; these stories are incredible for FNaF standards; especially horror. These stories are absolutely 12+, gruesome events go into full elaborate detail to the point where my stomach began to crawl.Story 1: Fetch is by far the most unique and well written The Fazbear Frights series continue's with three more twisted tales... the most disturbing out of the six so far.It's been so fun reading these so far, and I hope I'll get the opportunity to obtain the rest of the series in the future beforehand; these stories are incredible for FNaF standards; especially horror. These stories are absolutely 12+, gruesome events go into full elaborate detail to the point where my stomach began to crawl.Story 1: Fetch is by far the most unique and well written antagonist in the FNaF series, his story in particular has to be the most exciting, thrilling, and the most gruesome out of the two Fazbear Fright books so far, the twists will have readers in absolute disbelief. Story 2: I'm not necessarily sure how to put this: but FNaF need's character development, it's something thats been scarce throughout the entire franchise, although these books do infact give the series a chance to go in depth with that, it can sometimes have **too** much character development to where it's basically a novel about some kids everyday life, I eventually forgot i was reading a FNaF horror book throughout the entire time, and is mainly why I gave this a Four stars, although the near end of the story saved it a bit, which it eventually leads up to something great after all that character development, and is.. certainly worth the read, and.. throughout my six years of being a FNaF fan, living through every event of fnaf, playing every game, reading every book, no story has kept me up at night besides this, I cant say much; but good lord. Story 3: Fantastic, I don't have much to say about it, but it's fantastic ! Second favorite out of the two, it has a lot of suspense: horror is lacking, but the suspense is phenomenal.----------------Regarding the canonicity of these books, no, they are certainly not used to be used to solve the games, as i mentioned in my own Into the Pit review, these are fun short anthology stories, and to me i think Scott should incorporate his own FNAF anthology game series with ideas like these, theres so much potential!The improvement here is that, theres more horror, a lot of horror actually, this series has a lot of light ahead of it to potentially become the next Goosebumps .Another improvement is the linear storytelling, while some things are left up to interpretation and not explained.. confusing elements shown in Fazbear Frights #1 Into the pit do not reappear here, infact all of these stories are straightforward.The main questions are, what lies in the dark, grim world of Five Nights at Freddy's? Exactly what is causing these events to happen? Who is this hooded figure roaming the shadows at night? and exactly what is Detective Larson following onto...Read Fetch (Fazbear Frights #2) for more information!All I can say is, Fetch and friends h2cus ;)c u soon, fnaf fans
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  • szara
    January 1, 1970
    While I did like the first volume of Fazbear Frights as a part of a franchise I'm into and the spooks, volume two was much more enjoyable as a collection of short stories in general. I really liked the writing, the pacing, and the construction of characters in this one. All of the stories had me hooked quite quickly and I liked them till the end, but overall "Lonely Freddy" is my favourite out of all Fazbear Frights stories in general! The main character was a great narrator for this since and While I did like the first volume of Fazbear Frights as a part of a franchise I'm into and the spooks, volume two was much more enjoyable as a collection of short stories in general. I really liked the writing, the pacing, and the construction of characters in this one. All of the stories had me hooked quite quickly and I liked them till the end, but overall "Lonely Freddy" is my favourite out of all Fazbear Frights stories in general! The main character was a great narrator for this since and the emotional conflict had me really invested – and the ending gave me chills. Looking forward to the next installment in the series.
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  • Daria
    January 1, 1970
    Takie 3,5... 3,75? Muszę przyznać, że język był tu dla mnie trudniejszy w porównaniu z pierwszą częścią i musiałam dużo dużo więcej siedzieć w tłumaczu. Nie umiem też powiedzieć, czy Fetch jest lepszy niż Into the Pit jak dla mnie obie raczej trzymają poziom. Jest tak samo niespodziewanie dość makabrycznie i zadziwiająco przygnębiająco. Ale dalej bawiłam się świetnie na tych historiach.Fetch Greg wraz z kolegami włamują się do opuszczonej pizzerii i znajdują tam animatronika o wyglądzie psa Takie 3,5... 3,75? Muszę przyznać, że język był tu dla mnie trudniejszy w porównaniu z pierwszą częścią i musiałam dużo dużo więcej siedzieć w tłumaczu. Nie umiem też powiedzieć, czy Fetch jest lepszy niż Into the Pit – jak dla mnie obie raczej trzymają poziom. Jest tak samo niespodziewanie dość makabrycznie i… zadziwiająco przygnębiająco. Ale dalej bawiłam się świetnie na tych historiach.Fetch – Greg wraz z kolegami włamują się do opuszczonej pizzerii i znajdują tam animatronika o wyglądzie psa (tak, to ten z okładki) o imieniu Fetch. Okazuje się, że jest on w stanie zsynchronizować się z telefonem i pomagać w różnych rzeczach, a Gregowi udaje się go przypadkiem uruchomić, po czym zaczyna on otrzymywać od robota wiadomości. Fetch jednak traktuje wszelkie prośby dosłownie. Bardzo dosłownie. Nawet niekoniecznie wtedy, gdy się czegoś faktycznie od niego chciało.I tym razem opowiadanie tytułowe jest moim ulubionym z tej części. Właściwie jego zaletą i wadą jest to, że jest w formie opowiadania. Im bardziej się rozkręca, tym staje się bardziej przerażające, a my tylko obserwujemy, jak Greg tonie po uszy w wiadomo czym. To byłby naprawdę fajny motyw pod większą historię.Lonely Freddy – Alec jest chłopcem, który uchodzi w rodzinie za czarną owcę i ma generalnie lekkie problemy z postrzeganiem granicy dobra i zła, a rodzice załamują nad nim ręce. I ma młodszą siostrę – Hazel, którą nazywa ‘’golden sister’’. Która dostaje zawsze to, czego chce, która ma dużo przyjaciół, która jest tą dobrą w domu. Pewnego dnia, na parę dni przed imprezą urodzinową Hazel w pizzerii, rodzeństwo postanawia zamienić się rolami, gdzie tym razem to Alec ma być tym dobrym dzieckiem, a Hazel złym. Brat jednak wyczuwa w tym spisek siostry i pragnie ją zdemaskować podczas jej urodzin. W pizzerii jednak znajdują się poruszające się po budynku animatroniki z dziwnym błyskiem w oku.To opowiadanie chyba najbardziej zadziało na moje uczucia spośród w ogóle wszystkich (łącznie ze zbiorem z pierwszej części). Jeszcze się tak właściwie nie pogodziłam z zakończeniem, które pozostawiło mnie w takim stanie lekkiego przygnębienia, a Alecowi miałam ochotę czasem strzelić, chociaż go (i Hazel) naprawdę polubiłam. Out of Stock – Oscar to chłopiec, którego aktualnym pragnieniem, oraz jego dwójki przyjaciół, jest zdobycie zabawki Plushtrapa. Jednak nie ma do tego szczęścia, bo sprzedaż zaczyna się w momencie, gdy jest w szkole, a potem musi pomóc swojej mamie w domu opieki przy jednym z pacjentów. Natomiast gdy ma czas zdążyć ją gdzieś kupić, okazuje się, że została już tylko w jednym sklepie. Oscar jest zdesperowany ją zdobyć, nawet jeśli z tym jednym egzemplarzem coś jest ewidentnie nie tak.Akurat to opowiadanie uważam za trochę niewykorzystany potencjał i za najsłabsze również spośród wszystkich dotychczas wydanych, mimo mojej bardzo dużej sympatii do głównych bohaterów, ich silnej przyjaźni i mimo tego, że nawet się czasem uśmiechnęłam. Spodziewałam się chyba jakiegoś większego plot twistu, a tutaj właściwe łatwo przewidzieć, co nastąpi (nic też wielkiego nie dzieje się w między czasie), może oprócz tego, jak bohaterowie postanowią rozwiązać problem. Przez to też całe opowiadanie mi się dłużyło. Mimo że trzecie opowiadanie popsuło mi trochę odbiór całości, to jednak dwa pierwsze bardzo przypadły mi do gustu.
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  • mckenna ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ
    January 1, 1970
    Hooray for the second installment of Fazbear Frights! I don't know quite what it is about these short story compilations but I immensely enjoy reading them and fly through the whole novel in record speed. They may have cliches and cringey moments but regardless of that, diving deeper into the FNaF lore is always something that leaves readers like myself wanting more. Scary situations are hidden in middle grade-like themes but that doesn't mean these stories can't still get dark! So let's Hooray for the second installment of Fazbear Frights! I don't know quite what it is about these short story compilations but I immensely enjoy reading them and fly through the whole novel in record speed. They may have cliches and cringey moments but regardless of that, diving deeper into the FNaF lore is always something that leaves readers like myself wanting more. Scary situations are hidden in middle grade-like themes but that doesn't mean these stories can't still get dark! So let's discuss... Fetch: 4 stars"If the dog was human, forensics would point to Greg in a nanosecond. But the corpse was a dog. He didn't figure there'd be much of an investigation when the dog was found. It looked like the nasty little thing had been mauled by a coyote.But it hadn't."Greg and his friends decide to break into the town's old pizzeria and see what secrets hide inside for some excitement, but the last thing they expect to find is Fetch. A mechanical dog that syncs to your smartphone, but the strange thing is, in the year when the dog seemed to be built smartphones didn't even exist yet. Suddenly spooked, Greg and his friends run far away from the pizzeria and do not plan to go back. All is well until Greg gets a mysterious text message, somehow Fetch has connected to Greg's phone and anything Greg wants or wishes for, Fetch will make it come true. He'll bring Greg his favorite snacks and get him his dream lab partner, but all is not as it seems as Fetch's requests start to take a more sinister turn.This is exactly the kind of story I expect from the FNaF universe and I love it! Aside from some silly moments that I can definitely overlook, Fetch is a creepy take on modern technology. The ending of this story seemed abrupt and while I wish we could have had some follow up on Greg's story, the thought of this animal dragging a girl's lifeless body into a young boy's house and leaving it for him as a prize is bone chilling and was a perfect climax to this story!Lonely Freddy: 2 stars"A panicky feeling began to rise in his chest. I just need to get outside, he thought I need some air. But breathing wasn't his problem. Moving was.He tried to extend his leg to stand, but nothing happened. He wanted to push his palm to the floor to brace himself, but he couldn't."Alec has always resented his little sister, Hazel, for being the perfect daughter while he is stuck as the troublemaker son. When he overhears his parents talking about testing out another new parenting method to "fix" him, Alec decides to give them exactly what they asked for and become the perfect son they always wanted. After a few strangely normal and nice conversations with Hazel, Alec comes up with a plan that his sister surprisingly goes along with. On the days up until Hazel's precious birthday party that their parents had spent an enormous amount of time and money on, Alec and Hazel decide to switch roles. Hazel will be the problematic, back-talking, and rude child while Alec will be polite, calm and helpful, all to throw off their parents; because Hazel is sick of living up to being perfect and Alec doesn't always want to be a disappointment. What could go wrong?Blahhhh.So far this was both the least creepy and most boring story of the Fazbear Frights collection. The lead up to the twist was far too long and the ending left me kind of confused if I'm honest. After finding the "Lonely Freddy" animatronics at Hazel's birthday party, Alec learns that parents can rent them for their children so they don't have to play alone. Alec follows one of the robots into a staff room of the pizzeria and finds himself faced with a Lonely Freddy and suddenly unable to move, somehow the robot switches minds (I think?) with Alec and steals his body. As the robot goes back to Alec's parents in his own skin, Alec is left in a locked box with other Lonely Freddy toys that hold the minds of other lost children. This one was just a little too weird for me and I felt the story could have gone in so many other directions, but I'm still giving it two stars because despite not really enjoying it I love this series as a whole and it was at least a quick read.Out of Stock: 4 stars""Um, is it just me or do the teeth look wrong?" Isaac pointed at the straight, slightly yellow human-looking teeth that were visible through Plushtrap's partly open mouth."No doubt about it. They look...real.""They look"- he swallowed - "human.""Oscar along with his friends Raj and Isaac have been waiting what seems like forever for the new Plushtrap Chaser toy to be released and the day has finally come. The boys decide to meet at the toy store after school, but upon arrival their hearts drop as all the Plushtraps have been sold out at every store. Searching high and low, Oscar and his friends find the last store with the toy in stock and join the large line of people. Getting closer and closer to the register the group of friends overhear a heated exchange between employees about a returned Plushtrap that can't be resold. When the last toy from the store gets bought and the employees tell everyone in line to go home, Oscar makes a quick decision. Darting behind the counter he grabs the returned toy and runs out of the store. Somehow he gets away from mall security and finally has the toy he's been waiting for in his room. Oscar, Raj and Isaac open the toy and are disheartened when it doesn't work, but upon closer look, they realize the Plushtrap Chaser is more sinister than advertised. Oh my gosh, this is one of those stories that takes you a moment to fathom the horror, but once you do it's unshakeable. Human eyes and teeth have been ripped out and implanted into a children's toy, I mean how messed up is that? The toy inevitably comes to life and tries to kill and eat these kids and it chases them through a blackout. There were some moments in this story that literally had my palms sweating, like when the toy shut down in the middle of a doorway and Oscar, Isaac and Raj had to sneak past it before it woke up. Although, something that struck me as odd with this story is that it happens to be the first happy ending of the Fazbear Frights series and I must admit (creepily enough) that I was mildly disappointed about this! But readers got a bit more insight to the fate of the Plushtrap Chaser in the short chapter at the end of this book. Just like in the first book, there were a few pages after the three initial stories and while readers still seem to be in the dark to the underlying bigger picture, the next novels will undoubtedly unfold the deeper and darker mystery and I can't wait to put all the puzzle pieces together! Only a few more months until 1:35AM!
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  • Arkham Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    While I rather enjoyed the Into the Pit collection, this selection of novellas was not quite as memorable and will probably hold less appeal to fans of the games. While there is more reference to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza this time around, as each story does either feature it or make reference to the franchise, there is far less focus on the animatronics. The malevolent robots faced by this characters this time around are plush toys and miniatures - much more suited in size to the younger While I rather enjoyed the Into the Pit collection, this selection of novellas was not quite as memorable and will probably hold less appeal to fans of the games. While there is more reference to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza this time around, as each story does either feature it or make reference to the franchise, there is far less focus on the animatronics. The malevolent robots faced by this characters this time around are plush toys and miniatures - much more suited in size to the younger protagonists.Fetch is probably the strongest and creepiest story of the collection, focusing on a young teen who is plagued by a"helpful" toy dog called Fetch after he breaks into an abandoned branch of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. While Fetch seems to be benign at first, he swiftly becomes more sinister as he starts to take a unique approach in interpreting what Greg wants.While Fetch does not feature any recognisable characters, it is a fast paced and often grisly horror short. While I did feel that the story's odd focus on Zero Point Fields and REG's was a little heavy handed (especially when the FNAF canon is blatantly supernatural), the story is still incredibly tense and certainly kept my attention throughout. Fetch's text messages are effectively sinister and it always felt as though the villain had the upper hand.While Greg was a bit of an unmemorable protagonist, he was still a sympathetic lead for the story. He did not do anything to deserve his fate and was largely punished due to his curiosity. As the plot built to its dark conclusion, you could not help but feel sorry for him and the shocking ending made me wonder what his (and Fetch's) eventual fate would be.Unfortunately, the other two novellas were not nearly as strong. Lonely Freddy was a slow burning story that did not really seem horrific until its final few pages. It largely presents the story of Alec - a "bad egg" who is jealous of how well his younger sister is treated. Most of the story is taken up by his attempts to show her up and somehow therefore prove that she is not perfect.Although this is the only story so far to actually take place in a working Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria, the plot this time is very shallow and does not really make much sense. It is clear from the start that Hazel is genuinely fond of his brother, and really unclear why he seems to be deliberately going out of his way not to see it. Due to this, it was difficult to empathise with Alec even as he finally saw the error of his ways.The novel only takes a turn for the horrific in its final few pages, as Alec finds himself at the mercy of a miniature animatronic known as a Lonely Freddy. This really leads to the story's only saving grace - the sting in its tail. The ending of this story is actually incredibly frightening and will certainly stick with the reader.While Out of Stock was a little stronger, it still was unfortunately a bit of a generic tale. The plot this time is a morality tale that features Oscar - a boy who steals a much coveted but defective Plushtrap from a toy story.Naturally, things go rapidly downhill for the protagonist from here in ways that you can probably expect. This story was especially reminiscent of the classic Night of the Living Dummy Goosebumps book, and largely played out in the same way. While the story was a lot more exciting than Lonely Freddy and did follow some of the mechanics of the games (Plushtrap can only move in the dark), it was not the most memorable instalment of the series so far.However, Oscar was a sympathetic protagonist and received more development than many of the previous characters. You did really feel for him due to his home situation and the pressures that had been put on him by his mother. While it would have been nice to learn where Plushtrap came from, the story did at least end well and was certainly the most optimistic tale in this collection.However, the ending instalment of Detective Larson's continuing case was very confusing. This did not really follow on from the previous instalment's snippet and it's not entirely clear what is going on. Hopefully, this will become clearer in the next collection.So, all in all, this was certainly a mixed bag. Fetch is an excellent novella but, on the whole, I felt that this collection was weaker than Into the Pit. Here's hoping that the next collection is a bit stronger.
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Much like the previous book in this series, this was a great addition to the universe. Great for both fans and younger horror readers. The three stories contained in this volume were just as grabbing as the ones in the previous edition. It was another fast read that was great as an audiobook. Heres a summary of each of the stories. (view spoiler)[ In the first story we are presented with a very tach savvy young boy. While working on a type of science that goes completely over my head it serves Much like the previous book in this series, this was a great addition to the universe. Great for both fans and younger horror readers. The three stories contained in this volume were just as grabbing as the ones in the previous edition. It was another fast read that was great as an audiobook. Heres a summary of each of the stories. (view spoiler)[ In the first story we are presented with a very tach savvy young boy. While working on a type of science that goes completely over my head it serves as a key framework for the story. Due to this science, he is compelled to break into an abandoned Feddy's Pizzaria. There he and his friends find a small animatronic dog that syncs up to your phone. SOmehow this dod links to our hero's phone and starts to do things for him. As the story progresses these actions become progressively more unhinged eventually leading to the possible death of a young girl. In the second story, we meet a troubled boy who is determined to show everyone that his perfect sister is not so perfect. To do this, they plot together to switch rolls to confuse their parents. This all culminates at the sister's birthday party at Freddy Fasbears. While there the brother breaks down completely and fights with his sister over a stuffed foxy plush. After running off to one of the back rooms he encounters this strange Freddy doll. This doll then switched consciousness with him leaving him stuck in a different body.In the final story, a group of young boys gets together to try to buy a new Plushtrap chaser toy. However, they can only get a recently returned one that has some things wrong with it. After trying to get it to work unsuccessfully they give up on it. However, during a power outage, it finally starts up. It then goes on a murderous rampage and tries to kill the boys. They are finally able to destroy it by jumping in front of a train.In terms of how connected each of these stories is to the overall lore, it varies much like the last set of stories. The first story features a closed down locations and a never before seen animatronic giving it a so so connection. The second story also features a location, however, it is open. It also features a new version of an animatronic. The final story connects with the origins of plush trap from FNAF 4 (hide spoiler)] For some quick less spoiler descriptions of these stories, I would have to say that the first one reminded me of something that I can almost remember bit can't so maybe I'll eventually remember it. The second story reminded me of a lot of the second story of the previous book in this series strangely enough. And finally, the third story was a lot like Childs play. Of all the stories my favorite was the last one. I thought that it was so on its toes and just the slightest bit wrong without being truly terrifying, which is how I like my horror. My next favorite was the first story. It was really interesting to experience this new animatronic and all of his destruction. This leaves the second story as my least favorite. This may be because it reminded me of the second story in the first book and that one didn't meld with me either. It was fine but the gimmick at the end felt too much like the one used there and it feels a little early to be reusing twists. Overall I enjoyed this book and look forward to continuing with the series. Now all that's left to do is wait for the theories to flow in about this one.
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  • Aya
    January 1, 1970
    Like "Into The Pit", I would say "Fetch" is a good book to add to your collection if you're a fan of the franchise or into horror stories.Personally, I didn't find these stories as engaging as the first Fazbear Frights book, even almost completely forgetting to finish the last story, but it's still a good read nonetheless.
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  • Hanane Hanane
    January 1, 1970
    I love this book after Alec finally learned to love his family he gets his chance of redemption ripte away (Alec and his new friends) best way to end a story you've really outdone your selfe this time Scott
  • Drew
    January 1, 1970
    Five NIghts at Freddys is a bootiful horror game espailly in the sister location game where u type your name and it auto corrects it to like exotic butters or something else fnaf is da best!!!! :D
  • Dawn Meyer
    January 1, 1970
    Still absolutely love this world. Can not wait for the next book.
  • Sarah Sutcliffe
    January 1, 1970
    Excellently creepy, just like the 1st in this series!3 tales, each connected to the Fazbear Pizzerias and it's fandom. Much better than the original trilogy of novels. Can't wait for the next one!
  • Robert
    January 1, 1970
    I give it a three because it wasn't that scary and its was kind of silly with no horror in it so that's why I give it a 3 star rating.
  • Hagar
    January 1, 1970
    noice
  • A Novel Love
    January 1, 1970
    Actual rating: 4.10Woohoo! Yay, I really enjoy the FNAF franchise, the games, the books all of it.This was the second instalment of the Frights series, and its just as good as the first. My favourite story was Fetch, it had some Childs Play vibes, Im not gonna lie. But it was still enjoyable. The whole collection suffers from lack of characterisation throughout, but were not exactly reading these books for the deep character arcs. We want schitcky 80s inspired horror.And we get it! Cant wait Actual rating: 4.10Woohoo! Yay, I really enjoy the FNAF franchise, the games, the books – all of it.This was the second instalment of the Frights series, and it’s just as good as the first. My favourite story was Fetch, it had some Child’s Play vibes, I’m not gonna lie. But it was still enjoyable. The whole collection suffers from lack of characterisation throughout, but we’re not exactly reading these books for the deep character arcs. We want schitcky 80’s inspired horror.And we get it! Can’t wait for the next one!
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  • Patrick
    January 1, 1970
    Loved it
  • rayanne
    January 1, 1970
    Even better than the first!!! Out of Stock, the final story, was an absolute BLAST! 💥
  • Luis Sanchez
    January 1, 1970
    Amazing book, remained interested. First two stories were good, last one was amazing.
  • Caden Christesen
    January 1, 1970
    Eric and China if you guys see this respond
  • Ila Golden
    January 1, 1970
    A good mix of FNAFy talesThis collection has the same balanced feel as the first Fazbear Frights, with all the stories taking the right kinds of twists to keep you engaged all the way through. Would definitely recommend to all FNAF fans, especially those who've read the first collection.
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  • Santiago Gutierrez
    January 1, 1970
    The chilling book Five Nights at Freddys; Fazbear Frights: Fetch by Scott Cawthon, Andrea Waggener, and Carly Anne West, is three stories in one. The first story is about a boy named Greg who with his friends goes to Freddy Fazbears Pizza(abandoned pizzeria) and is then synced to an animatronic dog who does everything he says. The next one is about a boy named Alec who is supposedly the Bad Egg in his family who has a totally responsible sister that has a birthday at Freddys. And the final story The chilling book “Five Nights at Freddy’s; Fazbear Frights: Fetch” by Scott Cawthon, Andrea Waggener, and Carly Anne West, is three stories in one. The first story is about a boy named Greg who with his friends goes to Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza(abandoned pizzeria) and is then synced to an animatronic dog who does everything he says. The next one is about a boy named Alec who is supposedly the “Bad Egg” in his family who has a totally responsible sister that has a birthday at Freddy’s. And the final story is about a boy named Oscar and his friends who wanted a Plushtrap Chaser so badly that they had to steal one. I would recommend this book to people who like intense novels.
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  • braine nuggets
    January 1, 1970
    Story 1Stop asking for things.Story 2Oh no.Story 3Run!Bonus storyMagic eraser?Spoopy with a dash of hurt. ⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Jack
    January 1, 1970
    'Fetch' not only has some mind blowing reveals and a fascinating look into the world of 'Five Nights at Freddy's', but it also has some great short horror stories that can easily steal you into the story.
  • MrYeetBoi
    January 1, 1970
    So far, i've read the first two stories, and just wow. This book is amazing, the first story, Fetch, the most gruesome so far, is amazing, second story, is great but not the best, it has a ton of character development, and a dark twist near the end. I am currently on Out of Stock.
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  • Maurice Workshop
    January 1, 1970
    ZE book FOOD
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