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The Survival Guide to Five Nights at Freddy's and Other Mystery Games Triumph Books. After you're done at the first door to the bedroom, run back and check. Overview. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author and creator of Five Nights at Freddy's, don't miss this three-book boxed set, which includes an original. Your dynamic duo, J. W. Friedman and Chris Collision, take on the terrible twosome of Scott Cawthorn and Kira Breed-Wrisley in Five Nights.

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Your dynamic duo, J. W. Friedman and Chris Collision, take on the terrible twosome of Scott Cawthorn and Kira Breed-Wrisley in Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes. You'll need to hop into the Mystery Machine and load up on Scooby Snacks to solve the mystery of what the hell is going on in this novel of PG-13 horror, non-existent intrigue, and multiple trips to a diner to hang out. But what Cawthorn and Breed-Wrisley don't understand is that ... we're not locked in a pizza place / arcade featuring terrifying animatronic beasts with iron grins and red (red, not silver) eyes ... the terrifying animatronic beasts with iron grins and red (red, not silver) eyes ... are locked in here with US. (SPOILER: what's going on in this novel of PG-13 horror, non-existent intrigue, and multiple trips to the diner to hang out is, mostly, a thesaurus-humping answer to the eternal question: "What if Frankenstein, but stupid?"...)

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Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes

2015 horror mystery novel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes is a 2015 horrormysterynovel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley.[1] It is based on Cawthon's bestselling horror video-game series Five Nights at Freddy's, and is considered by Cawthon to be separate-canon to the events that occurred in the game series, as well as his and her debut novel.

Two sequels to The Silver Eyes, entitled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones and Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet were released on June 27, 2017, and June 26, 2018, respectively.

Plot[edit]

In 1995, 17-year-old Charlotte Emily (known as "Charlie") returns to her hometown, Hurricane, Utah, to attend the launch of a scholarship dedicated to her childhood friend Michael Brooks. Michael and four other children were murdered at a local family restaurant, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, 10 years ago. Charlie's father, Henry, designer of the restaurant's animatronic mascots, was suspected of murder, and consequently committed suicide by allowing an unknown animatronic to kill him. Charlie reunites with her friends, Carlton Burke, John, and Jessica, to revisit the restaurant. They discover that it has been surrounded by a partially-built mall and locate a back route into the pizzeria, finding all the animatronics still in place.

Following the ceremony to honor Michael, John tells Charlie that he remembers seeing a person in a yellow Freddy Fazbear costume on the day of Michael's death, suspecting that this stranger was the murderer. That night, Charlie and her friends return to the restaurant, further accompanied by friends Marla, Lamar, and Marla's younger half-brother Jason, who was only one at the time of Michael's murder. While playing an impulsive game of hide-and-seek with John, Charlie encounters one of the animatronics, Foxy the Pirate, who she was terrified of as a child. Recalling suppressed details of her childhood, Charlie remembers that Henry used to own another restaurant in New Harmony, named Fredbear's Family Diner, featuring two animatronics: yellow versions of Freddy and Bonnie.

Charlie and John drive to New Harmony, where Charlie recalls the day her twin brother, Sammy, was kidnapped by someone wearing a distinct yellow Bonnie costume. This led to her parents divorcing and leaving the original restaurant. Charlie suspects Sammy's abduction and Michael's murder are connected. Later, the teenagers return to Freddy's once again, only to encounter the mall's lone security guard Dave. He had blocked their entrance and in their eagerness to see Freddy's again, they asked him to join them. Upon entering however, Dave unexpectedly retrieves a Spring Bonnie costume and kidnaps Carlton, witnessed by Jason. The group flee, informing Carlton's father, police chief Clay Burke, who suspects it is just another of his son's pranks. He invites the group to stay the night in his home until his son returns from his prank in the morning. In the meanwhile, police officer Dunn, is sent to investigate the abandoned restaurant alone but is murdered by Dave in the Spring Bonnie suit.

Meanwhile, John and Charlie research Fredbear's history in the library, discovering a newspaper article on Sammy's kidnapping. A background check that Clay discovers reveals "Dave Miller", who's true name is identified as William Afton, was co-owner of both restaurants. Separate scenes with Clay reveal that Afton was the primary suspect in the murders, but no direct evidence could be found against him. Back at the restaurant, Afton has placed Carlton in a costume, which can be worn by both humans and animatronics through a series of spring-loaded mechanisms called "spring locks". These locks could be lethal if triggered whilst a human is wearing the suit. When Carlton asks Afton how he knows about this, Afton deliberately reveals unnaturally symmetrical pairs of half-moon cuts, first noticed by Charlie when they met "Dave". William Afton was the true creator of these horrible reminders of hell.

Jason returns to the restaurant to save Carlton, followed by Charlie and her friends. They rescue Carlton - Charlie using her memories with her dad to release him from the spring lock suit - and promptly knock out and tie up "Dave". They force him awake with a water bucket and question him about the murders. He coldly refuses to speak until Charlie notices he's staring at the yellow Bonnie head. Annoyed, she places it over his head, where he begins to speak fluidly. He claims the suits are haunted by the souls of the dead children, and that they don't remember who killed them. He also claims that he will "walk over their corpses in the morning" - referring to the group - because the dead children see him as "one of them" while in his suit. Shaken by his answer, they attempt to leave the place, only to swiftly find that the animatronics – Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy – are aggressive towards them. This becomes obvious as Charlie is chased by Bonnie, Jason is taken by Foxy, and is later hunted by Freddy, along with Marla and Lamar, all are chased by Chica, and an unknown animatronic nearly breaks down the security room door that protected both John and Jessica. The group eventually gets surrounded by the animatronics all at once, fully expecting they will be killed by them, but are saved when a fifth animatronic, the yellow Freddy suit (Golden Freddy) shows up. All the animatronics freeze on place. They all hear whispers from the empty suit; Michael's gentle spirit revealing itself. Clay then bursts through the brick walls with a sledgehammer, finding the group standing together and the animatronics frozen in place nearby. He begins to lead the group out to safety, but in a last attempt to do harm, Afton attacks Charlie in the Spring Bonnie suit. Charlie then activates the costume's spring locks, apparently killing Afton, and his body is dragged away by the animatronics, allowing the group to leave safely with Clay. The Golden Freddy suit disappears.

The group quietly goes their separate ways, the book leaving off with Charlie going to a cemetery to visit two unknown graves, recalling happier times with her father.

Background[edit]

On December 11, 2015, Scott Cawthon posted a teaser on his website for an upcoming untitled novel. According to him, the novel was written "alongside a professional writer for the last ten months" and "expands the mythos", revealing "a human element never before seen in the games". On December 15, 2015, Cawthon revealed the title of the book. The book was originally called Five Nights at Freddy's: The Untold Story, but was renamed shortly after.[2] It was supposed to be available for Amazon Kindle on December 22, 2015, but because of an error in Amazon's system, it was released slightly earlier on December 17, 2015. The paperback edition of the book was published by Scholastic on September 27, 2016.[3][4][5][6]

Reception[edit]

Although it was released to resounding success, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes drew criticism from fans, as they did not see connections between the novel and the video game franchise.[7] Therefore, as fans had claims of the book's lore conflicting with that of the games' lore, Cawthon replied that:

"The games and the books should be considered to be separate continuities, even if they do share many familiar elements. So yes, the book is canon, just as the games are. That doesn't mean that they are intended to fit together like two puzzle pieces. [...] The book is a re-imagining of the Five Nights at Freddy's story, and if you go into it with that mindset, I think you will really enjoy it."[8]

Quoting on how The Silver Eyes could be improved, Latin Post stated, "Perhaps, it is better if Cawthon will give in to the request of the fans and reveal some clues in the book. Five Nights at Freddy's is a game that one won't be able to finish easily. Filled with challenges and puzzles, it tests one's strategy to play hard and survive. Its difficulty level is something one should not undermine. That is why many are hoping to find the answers between the book's pages. Cawthon will be doing his gamers a favor if the book will explain some of the mysteries of the game. If he does, for sure his fans will love it."[9]

On the positive side, Kevin Anderson & Associates complimented Cawthon and their very own associate, Breed-Wrisley on writing the novel. They commented that it had a "rousing narrative and animated pace" that "brings you into the main character, Charlie's world as she returns to her home on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane, Utah's most gruesome homicide." Ending the quote, they said, "The first in a three-book series, Five Night's at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes has fans hungry for more. We are so proud of Scott and Kira's amazing accomplishment and look forward to celebrating many more in the near future."[10]

The book spent four weeks at #1 on The New York Timesbestseller list in Young AdultPaperbacks.[11]

Sequels[edit]

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones is the second novel written by Cawthon and Breed-Wrisley and is the direct sequel to The Silver Eyes. It was first discovered on Amazon in early 2017, sparking controversy on the legitimacy of the product. Later, Cawthon confirmed that the novel was in fact official.[12] The book was released early in some bookstores,[13] but was released publicly on June 27, 2017.[14] It portrays the main character, Charlie, who "had a new fresh start", but finds herself "drawn back into the world of her father's frightening creations" as she tries to move on from the events of The Silver Eyes, which takes place a year earlier.[15]

The third and final book in the trilogy, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet, was released on June 26, 2018.[16] The novel takes a focus on Charlie's friends, who discover the truth behind Charlie's fate in The Twisted Ones, while mysterious events unfold after the opening of a new Freddy-themed restaurant.

Both of the sequels to The Silver Eyes received praise from Kevin Anderson and Associates for being listed as number one Amazon bestsellers during their respective releases.[17][18]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Meet the Team". Kevin Anderson & Associates. March 7, 2017. Retrieved March 7, 2017.
  2. ^"The Next 'Five Nights at Freddy's' Will be...a Novel Called 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'?". TouchArcade. December 15, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  3. ^Frank Allegra (December 14, 2015). "Five Nights at Freddy's novel hits stores next year". Polygon. Retrieved December 14, 2015.
  4. ^"Scott Cawthon+ release dates= impossible". Steam. December 17, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  5. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's' Movie In Full Swing, New 'FNAF' Novel 'The Silver Eyes' Released". January 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  6. ^"Scholastic Signs on for 'Five Nights at Freddy's'". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  7. ^"Scott Cawthon Addresses Negative Comments About 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'". www.movienewsguide.com. Archived from the original on January 27, 2018. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  8. ^Scott Cawthon (December 18, 2015). "Is the book canon?". Steam. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  9. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's: The Silver Eyes' Disappoints Fans: How it can be Improved". Latin Post. March 2, 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  10. ^"New York Times #1 Bestseller, Five Nights at Freddy's". Kevin Anderson & Associates. October 15, 2016. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  11. ^"Young Adult Paperback Books - Best Sellers - The New York Times". The New York Times. Retrieved November 3, 2016.
  12. ^News, Auto World. "'Five Nights At Freddy's: Sister Location' Still Missing? Scott Cawthon Only Promoted 'The Twisted Ones' Book; Characters Fans Want To See". Auto World News. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  13. ^"Five Nights at Freddy's: Twisted Ones Novel Early Copy Out, Story Details Leaked (Spoilers)". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on July 31, 2017. Retrieved June 13, 2017.
  14. ^"The Twisted Ones Release Date, Price, and Plot Premise". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on August 28, 2018. Retrieved July 7, 2017.
  15. ^"'Five Nights at Freddy's': New Book Set for Release as Movie Development Starts Over". christianpost. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  16. ^Cawthon, Scott; Breed-Wrisley, Kira (2018). Five Nights at Freddy's: Book 3. amazon. ISBN .
  17. ^"Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley Attains Amazon #1-Bestseller Status". Kevin Anderson & Associates. October 26, 2017. Retrieved May 26, 2019.
  18. ^"KAA Congratulates Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley on Her Third #1-Bestseller". Kevin Anderson & Associates. September 14, 2018. Retrieved May 26, 2019.

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Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order

If you are seeking Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order you are about to find the answer. This series is based on the videogame by the same name, also known as FNaF. Let’s take a look at Five Nights at Freedy’s book reading order, or the Fnaf books if you prefer.

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Five Nights at Freddy is a strategy horror game that has four installments. In 2016, the first book inspired in this videogame came out.

Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order, what is the best way to read them?

Five Nights at Freedy’s book series is composed of five books, a trilogy and two novellas that were released in 2020. You should read Five Nights at Freddy’s books in publication order.

Here you have all Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order:

Five Nights at Freddy's books in order

Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order

Five Nights at Freddy's reading order

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Ones

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Fourth Closet

  • Fazbear Frights: Into the Pit

  • Fazbear Frights: Fetch

You can tell that the Fnaf books are scary just by taking a look at their book covers isn’t it?

Now that you know Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order maybe you’d like to buy the novels?

If you want to buy the Five Nights at Freddy’s books you only have to click on the cover of the novel you would like to purchase, the link will take you to Amazon.

The following books are in the same order as shown before, so it’s easier for you to decide which of the Fnaf books you want to purchase:

You will enjoy the Fnaf books if…

If you have played the videogames you defnitely have to give these books a chance. Five Nights at Freddy’s is an indie video game series designed, created and published by Scott Cawthon.

In the games the player takes the role of a nightime security guard who has to check the security cameras in a pizza restaurant (Freddy’s) known for its animatronic fluffy robots. It would seem like an easy job, if it wasn’t for the fact that five these animatronics will come to life during the night and they will try to kill you

What are Five Nights at Freddys books about? discovering the Fnaf books

The first novel of this series centers of a group of children wjp want to know more about the mistery surrounding the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizz restaurant. However, even though both the videogames and the novels take place in the same universe, the books are not one hundred per cent accurate to the original source.

Now that you have Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order you can start reading this series. Also, if you like fun books you can check the Dog Man books in order.

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Read an excerpt from Scott Cawthon's second Five Nights at Freddy's novel

Five Nights at Freddy's

It might be time to revisit Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza…

In Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Ones — Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley’s already best-selling follow-up to last year’s just as popular Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes — Charlie is attempting to move on from the events of the previous book. But despite her starting a new school, she still suffers from nightmares of a masked murderer and four gruesome animatronic puppets.

Things get worse when dead bodies are found near her school with wounds that look not unlike the ones inflicted by her father’s horrifying creations. And worse yet, whatever twisted thing is responsible is now coming for Charlie — and it’s not going to let her go.

The book series is based on a video game created by Cawthon that sees the player take the position of a night security guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza (a Chuck E. Cheese-like establishment). However, the four animatronic creatures (Freddy, Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, and Foxy the Pirate Fox) come alive every night and come after the player, who must then defend themselves by shutting their office door, while also conserving what little power they have left so they can check the security cameras to monitor the four creatures’ approach. Players win by surviving the five nights they’re required to work. Five Nights at Freddy’s has since spawned four sequels and is currently being adapted into a feature film.

With the second book set to come out on June 27, EW presents an exclusive excerpt from the first chapter (below).

You can order Five Nights at Freddy’s: Silver Eyeshere and preorder Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Oneshere.

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Excerpt from ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Onesby Scott Cawthon

CHAPTER ONE

Don’t trust your eyes.”
Dr. Treadwell walked back and forth across the platform at the front of the auditorium. Her steps were slow and even, almost hypnotic.

“Your eyes deceive you every day, filling in the blanks for you in a world of sensory overload.” An image of dizzying geometric detail lit up the canvas screen behind her. “When I say ‘sensory overload’ I mean that quite literally. At every moment, your senses are receiving far more information than they can process all at once, and your mind is forced to choose which signals to pay attention to. It does that based on your experiences, and your expectation of what is nor- mal. The things we are familiar with are the things we can—for the most part—ignore. We see this most easily with olfactory fatigue: your nose ceases to perceive a smell when you’ve been around it for a while. You may be quite thankful for this phenomenon, depending on the habits of your roommate.”

The class tittered dutifully, then became quiet as the image of another multicolored design flashed onto the screen.

The professor gave a hint of a smile and continued.

“Your mind creates motion when there is none. It fills in colors and trajectories based on what you’ve seen before, and calculates what you should be seeing now.” Another image flashed onto the overhead screen. “If your mind didn’t do this, then simply walking outside and seeing a tree would consume all your mental energy, leaving no resources to do anything else. In order for you to function in the world, your mind fills in the spaces of that tree with its own leaves and branches.” A hundred pencils scribbled all at once, filling the lecture hall with a sound like scurrying mice.

“It’s why when you enter a house for the first time you experience a moment of dizziness. Your mind is taking in more than usual. It’s drawing a floor plan, creating a palette of colors, and saving an inventory of images to draw on later, so you don’t have to go through that exhausting intake every single time. The next time you enter that same house, you’ll already know where you are.”

“Charlie!” An urgent voice whispered her name, inches from her ear. Charlie kept writing. She was staring straight ahead at the display at the front of the lecture hall. As Dr. Treadwell went on, she paced faster, occasionally fling- ing an arm toward the screen to illustrate her point. Her words seemed to be falling behind as her mind raced on ahead; Charlie had realized by the second day of classes that her professor sometimes broke off in the middle of one sen- tence, only to finish an entirely different one. It was like she skimmed the text in her head, reading out a few words here and there. Most of the students in her robotics class found it maddening, but Charlie liked it. It made the lesson kind of like doing a puzzle.

The screen flashed again, displaying an assortment of mechanical parts and a diagram of an eye. “This is what you must re-create.” Dr. Treadwell stepped back from the image, turning to look at it with the class. “Basic artificial intelli- gence is all about sensory control. You won’t be dealing with a mind that can filter these things out for itself. You must design programs that recognize basic shapes, while discard- ing unimportant information. You must do for your robot what your own mind does for you: create a simplified and organized assembly of information based on what’s relevant. Let’s start by looking at some examples of basic shape recognition.”

“Charlie,” hissed the voice again, and she waved her pencil impatiently at the figure peering over her shoulder—her friend Arty—trying to shoo him away. The gesture cost her a moment, put her half a step behind the professor. She hurried to catch up, anxious not to miss a single line.

The paper in front of her was covered in formulas, notes in the margins, sketches, and diagrams. She wanted to get everything down all at once: not just the math, but all the things it made her think of. If she could tie the new facts to things she already knew, she’d retain it much more easily. She felt hungry for it, alert, watching for new tidbits of information like a dog under the dinner table.

A boy near the front raised his hand to ask a question, and Charlie felt a brief flare of impatience. Now the whole class would have to stop while Treadwell went back to explain a simple concept. Charlie let her mind wander, sketching absently in the margins of her notebook.

John would be here in—she glanced restlessly at her watch—an hour. I told him maybe someday we’ll see each other again. I guess it’s someday. He had called out of the blue: “I’m just going to be passing through,” he said, and Charlie hadn’t bothered to ask how he knew where she was. Of course he would know. There was no reason not to meet him, and she found herself alternately excited and filled with dread. Now, as she absently sketched rectangular forms along the bottom of her note paper, her stomach jumped, a little spasm of nerves. It felt like a lifetime since she last saw him. Sometimes, it felt like she’d seen him yesterday, as if the last year hadn’t passed. But of course it had, and everything had changed for Charlie once again.

That May, the night of her eighteenth birthday, the dreams had begun. Charlie was long accustomed to nightmares, the worst moments of her past forced up like bile, into twisted versions of memories already too terrible to recall. She shoved these dreams into the back of her mind in the morning and sealed them away, knowing they would only breach it when night fell again.

These dreams were different. When she woke, she was physically exhausted: not just drained but sore, her muscles weak. Her hands were stiff and aching, like they’d been clenched into fists for hours. These new dreams didn’t come every night, but when they did, they interrupted her regular nightmares and took them over. It didn’t matter if she was running and screaming for her life, or wandering aimlessly through a dull mishmash of the various places she’d been all week. Suddenly, from nowhere, she would sense him: Sammy, her lost twin brother, was near.

She knew he was present the same way she knew that she was present, and whatever the dream was, it dropped away— people, places, light, and sound. Now she was searching for him in the darkness, calling his name. He never answered. She would drop to her hands and knees, feeling her way through the dark, letting his presence guide her until she came to a barrier. It was smooth and cold, metal. She couldn’t see it, but she hit it hard with one fist and it echoed. “Sammy?” she would call, hitting harder. She stood, reach- ing up to see if she could scale the slick surface, but it stretched up far above her head. She beat her fists against the barricade until they hurt. She screamed her brother’s name until her throat was raw, until she fell to the floor and leaned on the solid metal, pressing her cheek to its cool surface and hoping for a whisper from the other side. He was there; she knew it as surely as if he were a part of herself.

She knew in those dreams that he was present. Worse, when she was awake, she knew he was not there.

Five Nights at Freddy's

Источник: https://ew.com/books/2017/06/26/scott-cawthon-second-five-nights-at-freddys-novel-excerpt/

A quick guide to Roblox, for adults – AKA the latest 'next Minecraft'

If your kids aren’t playing Fortnite – the colourful, cartoonish shooter that has recently become a massive after-school (and work lunch-break) craze – they are probably playing Roblox. Like Minecraft, which colonised the minds of basically all school-aged children around 2012-15, Roblox lets players get creative and build things. But it goes further than Minecraft in that you can create entire games in Roblox, from racers to haunted-house adventures to competitive battle arenas. According to the developer, it has 56 million players.

How does it work?

It is an entirely online, social game: everything you play has been built by someone else. Naturally, this means Roblox is absolutely full of knock-off user-created riffs on popular games such as Pokémon, Five Nights at Freddy’s and Mario. There is endless content, which helps explain why it is so enduringly popular. One of the most beloved Roblox games right now is a cops-and-robbers riff on Grand Theft Auto called Prison Break, where you either join a team of prisoners trying to escape jail and rob banks, or a team of police trying to arrest them. Because you can technically create anything in Roblox, there are algorithms and moderators beating back the inevitable swearwords and swastikas, but they are not always successful.

Is it any good?

Unlike Fortnite or Minecraft, Roblox is not a very good video game – but hey, children don’t always have great taste. Adults will be baffled by the cheapo Lego art style and janky controls. Because Roblox games are mostly made by kids, they don’t actually work very well. But that’s kind of the point for young players: the fact that nothing works properly makes it funnier. Roblox involves a lot of unpredictable slapstick, as game systems go wrong or players find ways to work around the rules.

Why is it so popular?

One word: YouTube, with its endless, mind-numbingly homogenous Roblox videos. (Here’s how these play out: “Hey kids, let’s try out this Roblox game! OMG, this isn’t going as expected! *hysterical screaming*.”) It’s not all bad, though – Roblox is creative and social, building your own games develops some useful skills, and there’s always the minuscule chance your kid could become one of the million-subscriber child YouTubers out there and fund your retirement.

Источник: https://www.theguardian.com/games/2018/mar/25/a-quick-guide-to-roblox-for-adults-aka-the-latest-next-minecraft

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes

2015 horror mystery novel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes is a 2015 horrormysterynovel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley.[1] It is based on Cawthon's bestselling horror video-game series Five Nights at Freddy's, and is considered by Cawthon to be separate-canon to the events that occurred in the game series, as well as his and her debut novel.

Two sequels to The Silver Eyes, entitled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones and Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet were released on June 27, 2017, and June 26, 2018, first commonwealth bank online banking.

Plot[edit]

In 1995, 17-year-old Charlotte Emily (known as "Charlie") returns to her hometown, Hurricane, Utah, to attend the launch of a scholarship dedicated to her childhood friend Michael Brooks. Michael and four other children were murdered at a local family restaurant, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, 10 years ago. Charlie's father, Henry, designer of the restaurant's animatronic mascots, was suspected of murder, and consequently committed suicide by allowing an unknown animatronic to kill him. Charlie reunites with her friends, Carlton Burke, John, and Jessica, to revisit the restaurant. They discover that it has been surrounded by a partially-built mall and locate a back route into the pizzeria, finding all the animatronics still in place.

Following the ceremony to honor Michael, John tells Charlie that he remembers seeing a person in a yellow Freddy Fazbear costume on the day of Michael's death, suspecting that this stranger was the murderer. That night, Charlie and her friends return to the restaurant, further accompanied by friends Marla, Lamar, and Marla's younger half-brother Jason, who was only one at the time of Michael's murder. While playing an impulsive game of hide-and-seek with John, Charlie encounters one of the animatronics, Foxy the Pirate, who she was terrified of as a child. Recalling suppressed details of her childhood, Charlie remembers that Henry used to own another restaurant in New Harmony, named Fredbear's Family Diner, featuring two animatronics: yellow versions of Freddy and Bonnie.

Charlie and Five nights at freddys books drive to New Harmony, where Charlie recalls the day her twin brother, Sammy, was kidnapped by someone wearing a distinct yellow Bonnie costume. This led to her parents divorcing and leaving the original restaurant. Charlie suspects Sammy's abduction and Michael's murder are connected. Later, the teenagers return to Freddy's once again, only to encounter the mall's lone security guard Dave. He had blocked their entrance and in their eagerness to see Freddy's again, they asked him to join them. Upon entering however, Dave unexpectedly retrieves a Spring Bonnie costume and kidnaps Carlton, witnessed by Jason. The group flee, informing Carlton's father, police chief Clay Burke, who suspects it is just another of his son's pranks. He invites the group to stay the night in his home until his son returns from his prank in the morning. In the meanwhile, police officer Dunn, is sent to investigate the abandoned restaurant alone five nights at freddys books is murdered by Dave in the Spring Bonnie suit.

Meanwhile, John and Charlie research Fredbear's history in the library, discovering a newspaper article on Sammy's kidnapping. A background check that Clay discovers reveals "Dave Miller", who's true name is identified as William Afton, was co-owner of both restaurants. Separate scenes with Clay reveal that Afton was the primary suspect in the murders, but no direct evidence could be found against him. Back at the restaurant, Afton has placed Carlton in a costume, which can be worn by both humans and animatronics through a series of spring-loaded mechanisms called "spring locks". These locks could be lethal if triggered whilst a human is wearing the suit. When Carlton asks Afton how he knows about this, Afton deliberately reveals unnaturally symmetrical pairs of half-moon cuts, first noticed by Charlie when they met "Dave". William Afton was the true creator of these horrible reminders of hell.

Jason returns to the restaurant to save Carlton, followed by Charlie and her friends. They rescue Carlton - Charlie using her memories with her dad to release him from the spring lock suit - and promptly knock out and tie up "Dave". They force him awake with a water bucket and question him about the murders. He coldly refuses to speak until Charlie notices he's staring at the yellow Bonnie head. Annoyed, she places it over his head, where he begins to speak fluidly. He claims the suits are haunted by the souls of the dead children, and that they don't remember who killed them. He also claims that he will "walk over their corpses in the morning" - referring to the group - because the dead children see him as "one of them" while in his suit. Shaken by his answer, they attempt to leave the place, only to swiftly find that the animatronics – Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy – are aggressive towards them. This becomes obvious as Charlie is chased by Bonnie, Jason is taken by Foxy, and is later hunted by Freddy, along with Marla and Lamar, all are chased by Chica, and an unknown animatronic nearly breaks down the security room door that protected both John and Jessica. The group eventually gets surrounded by the animatronics all at once, fully expecting they will be killed by five nights at freddys books, but are saved when a fifth animatronic, the yellow Freddy suit (Golden Freddy) shows up. Five nights at freddys books the animatronics freeze on place. They all hear whispers from the empty suit; Michael's gentle spirit revealing itself. Clay then bursts through the brick walls with a sledgehammer, finding the group standing together and the animatronics frozen in place nearby. He begins to lead the group out to safety, but in a last attempt to do harm, Afton attacks Charlie in the Spring Bonnie suit. Charlie then activates the costume's spring locks, apparently killing Afton, and his body is dragged away by the animatronics, allowing the group to leave safely with Clay. The Golden Freddy suit disappears.

The group quietly goes their separate ways, the book leaving off with Charlie going to a cemetery to visit two unknown graves, recalling happier times with her father.

Background[edit]

On December 11, 2015, Scott Cawthon posted a teaser on his website for an upcoming untitled novel. According to him, the novel was written "alongside a professional writer for the last ten months" and "expands the mythos", revealing "a human element never before seen in the games". On December 15, 2015, Cawthon revealed the title of the book. The book was originally called Five Nights at Freddy's: The Untold Story, but was renamed shortly after.[2] It was supposed to be available for Amazon Kindle on December 22, 2015, but because of an error in Amazon's system, it was released slightly earlier on December 17, 2015. The paperback edition of the book was published by Scholastic on September 27, 2016.[3][4][5][6]

Reception[edit]

Although it was released to resounding success, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes drew criticism from fans, as they did not see connections between the novel and the video game franchise.[7] Therefore, as fans had claims of the book's lore conflicting with that of the games' lore, Cawthon replied that:

"The games and the books should be considered to be separate continuities, even if they do share many familiar elements. So yes, the book is canon, just as the games are. That doesn't mean that they are intended to fit together like two puzzle pieces. [.] The book is a re-imagining of the Five Nights at Freddy's story, and if you go into it with that mindset, I think you will really enjoy it."[8]

Quoting on how The Silver Eyes could be improved, Latin Post stated, "Perhaps, it is better if Cawthon will give in to the request of the fans and reveal some clues in the book. Five Nights at Freddy's is a game that one won't be able to finish easily. Filled with challenges and puzzles, it tests one's strategy to play hard and survive. Its difficulty level is something one should not undermine. That is why many are hoping to find the answers between the book's pages. Cawthon will be doing his gamers a favor if the book will explain some of the mysteries of the game. If he does, for sure his fans will love it."[9]

On the positive side, Kevin Anderson & Associates complimented Cawthon and their very own associate, Breed-Wrisley on writing the novel. They commented that it had a "rousing narrative and animated pace" that "brings you into the main character, Charlie's world as she returns to her home on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane, Utah's most gruesome homicide." Ending the quote, they said, "The first in a three-book series, Five Night's at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes has fans hungry for more. We are so proud of Scott and Kira's amazing accomplishment and look forward to celebrating many more in the near future."[10]

The book spent four weeks at #1 on The New York Timesbestseller list in Young AdultPaperbacks.[11]

Sequels[edit]

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones is the second novel written by Cawthon and Breed-Wrisley and is the direct sequel to The Silver Eyes. It was first discovered on Amazon in early 2017, sparking controversy on the legitimacy of the product. Later, Cawthon confirmed that the novel was in fact official.[12] The book was released early in some bookstores,[13] but was released publicly on June 27, 2017.[14] It portrays the main character, Charlie, who "had a new fresh start", but finds herself "drawn back into the world of her father's frightening creations" as she tries to move on from the events of The Silver Eyes, which takes place a year earlier.[15]

The third and final book in the trilogy, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet, was released on June 26, 2018.[16] The novel takes a focus on Charlie's friends, who discover the truth behind Charlie's fate in The Twisted Ones, while mysterious events unfold after the opening of a new Freddy-themed restaurant.

Both of the sequels to The Silver Eyes received praise from Kevin Anderson and Associates for being listed as number one Amazon bestsellers during their respective releases.[17][18]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Meet the Team". Kevin Anderson & Associates. March 7, 2017. Retrieved March 7, 2017.
  2. ^"The Next 'Five Nights at Freddy's' Will be.a Novel Called 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'?". TouchArcade. December 15, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  3. ^Frank Allegra (December 14, 2015). "Five Nights at Freddy's novel hits stores next year". Polygon. Retrieved December 14, 2015.
  4. ^"Scott Cawthon+ release dates= impossible". Steam. December 17, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  5. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's' Movie In Full Swing, New 'FNAF' Novel 'The Silver Eyes' Released". January 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  6. ^"Scholastic Signs on for 'Five Nights at Freddy's'". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  7. ^"Scott Cawthon Addresses Negative Comments About 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'". www.movienewsguide.com. Archived from the original on January 27, 2018. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  8. ^Scott Cawthon (December 18, 2015). "Is the book canon?". Steam. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  9. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's: The Silver Eyes' Disappoints Fans: How it can be Improved". Latin Post. March 2, 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  10. ^"New York Times #1 Bestseller, Five Nights at Freddy's". Kevin Anderson & Associates. Us bank corporate travel card phone number 15, 2016. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  11. ^"Young Adult Paperback Books - Best Sellers - The New York Times". The New York Times. Retrieved November 3, 2016.
  12. ^News, Auto World. "'Five Nights At Freddy's: Sister Location' Still Missing? Scott Cawthon Only Promoted 'The Twisted Ones' Book; Characters Fans Want To See". Auto World News. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  13. ^"Five Nights at Freddy's: Twisted Ones Novel Early Copy Out, Story Details Leaked (Spoilers)". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on July 31, 2017. Retrieved June 13, 2017.
  14. ^"The Twisted Ones Release Date, Price, and Plot Premise". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on August 28, 2018. Retrieved July 7, 2017.
  15. ^"'Five Nights at Freddy's': New Book Set for Release as Movie Development Starts Over". christianpost. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  16. ^Cawthon, Scott; Breed-Wrisley, Kira (2018). Five Nights at Freddy's: Book 3. amazon. ISBN .
  17. ^"Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley Attains Amazon #1-Bestseller Status". Kevin Anderson & Associates. October 26, 2017. Retrieved May 26, 2019.
  18. ^"KAA Congratulates Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley on Her Third #1-Bestseller". Kevin Anderson & Associates. September 14, 2018. Retrieved May 26, 2019.

External links[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Nights_at_Freddy%27s:_The_Silver_Eyes

Your dynamic duo, J. W. Friedman and Chris Collision, take on the terrible twosome of Scott Cawthorn and Kira Breed-Wrisley in Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes. You'll need to hop into the Mystery Machine and load up on Scooby Snacks to solve the mystery of what the hell is going on in this novel of PG-13 horror, non-existent intrigue, and multiple trips to a diner to hang out. But what Cawthorn and Breed-Wrisley don't understand is that . we're not locked in a pizza place / arcade featuring terrifying animatronic beasts with iron grins and red (red, not silver) eyes my synchrony care credit card login. the terrifying animatronic beasts with iron grins and red (red, not silver) eyes . are locked in here with US. (SPOILER: what's going on in this novel of PG-13 horror, non-existent intrigue, and multiple trips to the diner to hang out is, mostly, a thesaurus-humping answer to the eternal question: "What if Frankenstein, but stupid?".)

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It’s the holiday season, and it’s time to start thinking about what gifts you want to give your friends, family, or even yourself. But if you’re stumped on what to get someone who seems impossible to please this year, I have a solution for you! With so many coloring books out these days with different topics and styles available, it can be easy to decide which one would make the most sense as a gift.

1. Bluey Character Coloring Pages

Bluey is a fun-loving little bunny who loves to learn new things every day. His life skills are still developing as he progresses from one step to another in his journey as a child, and as such, he is prone to making mistakes and learning from them. 

With an optimistic disposition and great inner strength, Bluey shows us all how to embrace challenges, cope with failure and bounce back more vital than ever before!

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2. Why Bluey is so popular

There are many reasons why coloring pages of Bluey are so popular. Still, ultimately I believe it all boils down to his character development. 

The smile on his face and the way he stands out from other characters make you want to own him. You can’t help but laugh with him as he takes every challenge in stride, and you have a special place for him in your heart because through his experiences, you are learning about yourself as well! 

But this coloring page is not just fun and games. There is natural character development happening here: we can see how he five nights at freddys books with failure and disappointment; we get to witness how he overcomes his fears and finds a place for himself in this big, wide world.

You may wonder why Bluey is so prevalent in coloring pages and other drawings and illustrations online. Well, it’s because he is adorable! But we bet you didn’t know how many more reasons there were behind the cuteness of the blue cat! 

First off, he was created in 1955 by Mary Tourtel, an English author and cartoonist. This makes him one of the first-ever comics to be published with coloring pages given away in them! He also quickly became famous, making his way onto coloring books that were sold everywhere.

3. Grinch Character Coloring Pages

Grinch is a character from Dr. Seuss’ book “How The Grinch Stole Christmas.” He was born with heart problems that prevented him from feeling empathy towards others and caused him to think of himself as superior to everyone else around him. As such, he became ironic and sarcastic. After failed attempts at destroying Christmas, the Whos of Whoville begin singing inspiring songs to Grinch, which touches his cold heart and changes it:

The words had been stored up in his frozen little soul all the long years he’d been alone…And then they thawed all at once! And out popped nwcu email very unexpected trickle of tears, which soon became a flood.

You may think it’s because of how popular the Grinch Stole Christmas is portrayed every December, but it is more than this! As most know, Dr. Seuss created the Grinch coloring pages in 1957, but did you know how the Grinch Stole Christmas coloring book was not printed until 1976! 

Before the coloring books, Dr. Seuss created 33 other coloring pages of The Grinch. The Grinch coloring sheets’ popularity grew because nobody could resist the green monster who hates Christmas! 

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4. What is Five Nights at Freddy’s?

A popular video game franchise that has been around since 2014, Five Nights at Freddy’s challenges players with defending themselves against animatronic characters during the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. Players are given limited power, which includes being able to close doors and check surveillance cameras. 

The characters, known as “animatronics, “move from one end of the restaurant to another. They try entering the security office through a vent or a door which will ultimately result in a jumpscare if successful. 

After closing off all entrances and getting on with other tasks for the night, Freddy might appear inside the room, singing along to music before attacking you.

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How coloring pages benefit adults and children

Children’s coloring has been recognized as one of the best ways to develop their cognitive skills. According to Dr. Seuss Enterprises, coloring builds math and visual perception skills in young ones, making it attractive to parents who want less expensive education for their children. But adult coloring helps relax those with anxiety problems, so its benefits go beyond teaching coloring skills.

Conclusion: 

Whether you’re looking to get in the holiday spirit or just trying to take a break from your day-to-day, we hope these coloring pages have been fun for you! For more information on how adults and children can benefit from coloring pages, visit our blog post. If you want even more great content like this, be sure to visit Coloringpagesonly.com. Happy holidays!

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Five Nights at Freddy's Collection - by Scott Cawthon & Kira Breed-Wrisley (Paperback)

About the Book



From the #1 New York Timesbestselling author and creator of Five Nights at Freddy's, don't miss this three-book boxed set, which includes an original print inspired by the trilogy!

Book Synopsis



From the #1 New York Times bestselling author and creator of Five Nights at Freddy's, don't five nights at freddys books this three-book boxed set, which includes an original print inspired by the trilogy!

It's been 10 years since the horrific murders at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza tore the town of Hurricane, Utah, apart. Charlie, whose father owned the pizzeria, reunites with her childhood friends on the anniversary of the tragedy, and together they revisit the abandoned pizza place. After they discover a way inside, they realize that things are not as they used to be. The four animatronic mascots that once entertained patrons have a dark secret. . one that sets Charlie and her friends on a path to unravel the many mysteries her father -- and his twisted partner -- left behind.

Don't miss this boxed set from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors and creator of the game, which includes an original print inspired by the trilogy!

About The Author



Scott Cawthon is the author of the bestselling video game series Five Nights at Freddy's, and while he is a game designer by trade, he is first and foremost a storyteller at heart. He is a graduate of The Art Institute of Houston and lives in Texas with his family.



Kira Breed-Wrisley has been writing stories since she could first pick up a pen and has no intention of stopping. She is the author of seven plays for Central New York teen theater company The Media Unit, and has developed several books with Kevin Anderson & Associates. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Источник: https://www.target.com/p/five-nights-at-freddy-s-collection-by-scott-cawthon-kira-breed-wrisley-paperback/-/A-53705163

Read an excerpt from Scott Cawthon's second Five Nights at Freddy's novel

Five Nights at Freddy's

It might be time to revisit Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza…

In Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Ones — Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley’s already best-selling follow-up to last year’s just as popular Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes — Charlie is attempting to move on from the events of the previous book. But despite her starting a new school, she still suffers from nightmares of a masked murderer and four gruesome animatronic puppets.

Things get worse when dead bodies are found near her school with wounds that look not unlike the ones inflicted by her father’s horrifying creations. And worse yet, whatever twisted thing is responsible is now coming for Charlie — and it’s not going to let her go.

The book series is based on a video game created by Cawthon that sees the player take the position of a night security guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza (a Chuck E. Cheese-like establishment). However, the four animatronic creatures (Freddy, Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, and Foxy the Pirate Fox) come alive every night and come after the player, who must then defend themselves by shutting five nights at freddys books office door, while also conserving what little power they have left so they can check the security cameras to monitor the four creatures’ approach. Players win by surviving the five nights they’re required to work. Five Nights at Freddy’s has since spawned four sequels and is currently being adapted into a feature film.

With the second book set to come out on June 27, EW presents an exclusive excerpt from the first chapter (below).

You can order Five Nights at Freddy’s: Silver Eyeshere and preorder Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Oneshere.

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Excerpt from ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Onesby Scott Cawthon

CHAPTER ONE

Don’t trust your eyes.”
Dr. Treadwell walked back and forth across the platform at the front of the auditorium. Her steps were slow and even, almost hypnotic.

“Your eyes deceive you every day, filling in the blanks for you in a world of sensory overload.” An image of dizzying geometric detail lit up the canvas screen behind her. “When I say ‘sensory overload’ I mean that quite literally. At every moment, your five nights at freddys books are receiving far more information than they can process all at once, and your mind is forced to choose which signals to pay attention to. It does that based on your experiences, and your expectation of what is nor- mal. The things we are familiar with are the things we can—for the most part—ignore. We see this most easily with olfactory fatigue: your nose ceases to perceive a smell when you’ve been around it for a while. You may be quite thankful for this phenomenon, depending on the habits of your roommate.”

The class tittered dutifully, then became quiet as the image of another multicolored design flashed onto the screen.

The professor gave a hint of a smile and continued.

“Your mind creates motion when there is none. It fills in colors and trajectories based on what you’ve seen before, and calculates what you should be seeing now.” Another image flashed onto the overhead screen. “If your mind didn’t do this, then simply walking outside and seeing a tree would consume all your mental energy, leaving no resources to do anything else. In order for you to function in the world, your mind fills in the spaces of that tree with its own leaves and branches.” A hundred pencils scribbled all at once, filling the lecture hall with a sound like scurrying mice.

“It’s why when you enter a house for the first time you experience a moment of dizziness. Your mind is taking in more than usual. It’s drawing a floor plan, creating a palette of colors, and saving an inventory of images to draw on later, so you don’t have to go through that exhausting intake every single time. The next time you enter that same house, you’ll already know where you are.”

“Charlie!” An urgent voice whispered her name, inches from her ear. Charlie kept writing. She was staring straight ahead at the display at the front of the lecture hall. As Dr. Treadwell went on, she paced faster, occasionally fling- ing an arm toward the screen to illustrate her point. Her words seemed to be falling behind as her mind raced on ahead; Charlie had realized by the second day of classes that her professor sometimes broke off in the middle of one sen- tence, only to finish an entirely different one. It was like she skimmed the text in her head, reading out a few words here and there. Most of the students in her robotics class found it maddening, but Charlie liked it. It made the lesson kind of like doing a puzzle.

The screen flashed again, displaying an assortment of mechanical parts and a diagram of an eye. “This is what you must re-create.” Dr. Treadwell stepped back from the image, turning to look at it with the class. “Basic artificial intelli- gence is all about sensory control. You won’t be dealing with a mind that can filter these things out for itself. You must design programs that recognize basic shapes, while discard- ing unimportant information. You must do for your robot what your own mind does for you: create a simplified and organized assembly of information based on what’s relevant. Let’s start by looking at some examples of basic shape recognition.”

“Charlie,” hissed the voice again, and she waved her pencil impatiently at the figure peering over her shoulder—her friend Arty—trying to shoo him away. The gesture cost her a moment, put her half a step behind the professor. She hurried to catch up, anxious not to miss a single line.

The paper in front of her five nights at freddys books covered in formulas, notes in the margins, sketches, and diagrams. She wanted to get everything down all at once: not just the math, but all the things it made her think of. If she could tie the new facts to things she already knew, she’d retain it much more easily. She felt hungry for it, alert, watching for new tidbits of information like a dog under the dinner table.

A boy near the front raised his hand to ask a question, and Charlie felt a brief flare of impatience. Now the whole class would have to stop while Treadwell went back to explain a simple concept. Charlie let her mind wander, sketching absently in the margins of her notebook.

John would be here in—she glanced restlessly at her watch—an hour. I told him maybe someday we’ll see each other again. I guess it’s someday. He had called out of the blue: “I’m just going to be passing through,” he said, and Charlie hadn’t bothered to ask how he knew where she was. Of course he would know. There was no reason not to meet him, and she found herself alternately excited and filled with dread. Now, as she absently sketched rectangular forms along the bottom of her note paper, her stomach jumped, a little spasm of nerves. It felt like a lifetime since she last saw him. Sometimes, it felt like she’d seen him yesterday, as if the last year hadn’t passed. But of course it had, and everything had changed for Charlie once again.

That May, the night of her eighteenth birthday, the dreams had begun. Charlie was long accustomed to nightmares, the worst moments of her past forced up like bile, into twisted versions of memories already too terrible to recall. She shoved these dreams into the back of her mind in the morning and sealed them away, knowing they would only breach it when night fell again.

These dreams were different. When she woke, she was physically exhausted: not just drained but sore, her muscles weak. Her hands were stiff and aching, like they’d been clenched into fists for hours. These new dreams didn’t come every night, but when they did, they interrupted her regular nightmares and took them over. It didn’t matter if she was running and screaming for her life, or wandering aimlessly through a dull mishmash of the various places she’d been all week. Suddenly, from nowhere, she would sense him: Sammy, her lost twin brother, was near.

She knew he was present the same way she knew that she was present, and whatever the dream was, it dropped away— people, places, light, and sound. Now five nights at freddys books was searching for him in the darkness, porn bb net his name. He never answered. She would drop to her hands and knees, feeling her way through the dark, letting his presence guide her until she came to a barrier. It was smooth and cold, metal. She couldn’t see it, but she hit it hard with one fist and it echoed. “Sammy?” she would call, hitting harder. She stood, reach- ing up to see if she could scale the slick surface, but it stretched up far above her head. She beat her fists against the barricade until they hurt. She screamed her brother’s name until her throat was raw, until she fell to the floor and leaned on the solid metal, pressing her cheek to its cool surface and hoping for a whisper from the other side. He was there; she knew it as surely as if he were a part of herself.

She knew in those dreams that he was present. Worse, when five nights at freddys books was awake, she knew he was not there.

Five Nights at Freddy's

Источник: https://ew.com/books/2017/06/26/scott-cawthon-second-five-nights-at-freddys-novel-excerpt/

A quick guide to Roblox, for adults – AKA the latest 'next Minecraft'

If your kids aren’t playing Fortnite – the colourful, cartoonish shooter that has recently become a massive after-school (and work lunch-break) craze – they are probably playing Roblox. Like Minecraft, which colonised the minds of basically all school-aged children around 2012-15, Roblox lets players get creative and build things. But it goes further than Minecraft in that you can create entire games in Roblox, from racers to haunted-house adventures to competitive battle arenas. According to the developer, it has 56 million players.

How does it work?

It is an entirely online, social game: everything you play has been built by someone else. Naturally, this means Roblox is absolutely full of knock-off user-created riffs on popular games such as Pokémon, Five Nights at Freddy’s and Mario. There is endless content, which helps explain why it is so enduringly popular. One of the most beloved Roblox games right now is a cops-and-robbers riff on Grand Theft Auto called Prison Break, where you either join a team of prisoners trying to escape jail and rob banks, or a team of police trying to arrest them. Because you five nights at freddys books technically create anything in Roblox, there are algorithms and moderators beating back the inevitable swearwords and swastikas, but they are not always successful.

Is it any good?

Unlike Fortnite or Minecraft, Roblox is not a very good video game – but hey, children don’t always have great taste. Adults will be baffled by the cheapo Lego art style and janky controls. Because Roblox games are mostly made by kids, they don’t actually work very well. But that’s kind of the point for young players: the fact that nothing works properly makes it funnier. Roblox involves a lot of unpredictable slapstick, as game systems go wrong or players find ways to work around the rules.

Why is it so popular?

One word: YouTube, with its endless, mind-numbingly homogenous Roblox videos. (Here’s how these play out: “Hey kids, let’s try out this Roblox game! OMG, this isn’t going as expected! *hysterical screaming*.”) It’s not all bad, though – Roblox is creative and social, building your own games develops some useful skills, and there’s always the minuscule chance your kid could become one of the million-subscriber child YouTubers out there and fund your retirement.

Источник: https://www.theguardian.com/games/2018/mar/25/a-quick-guide-to-roblox-for-adults-aka-the-latest-next-minecraft

Five Nights at Freddy's Ser.: The Silver Eyes by Kira Breed-Wrisley and Scott Cawthon (2016, Trade Paperback)

Product Information

  • From the creator of the bestselling horror video game series Five Nights at Freddy's.Ten years after the horrific murders at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza that ripped their town apart, Charlie, whose father owned the restaurant, and her childhood friends reunite on the anniversary of the tragedy and find themselves at the old pizza place which had been locked up and abandoned for years. After they discover a way inside, they realize that things are not as they used to be. The four adult-sized animatronic mascots that once entertained patrons have changed. They now have a dark secret. . and a murderous agenda.

Product Identifiers

  • Publisher

    Scholastic, Incorporated

  • ISBN-10

    133813437x

  • ISBN-13

    9781338134377

  • eBay Product ID (ePID)

    20038827189

Product Key Features

  • Book Title

    Silver Eyes

  • Author

    Kira Breed-Wrisley, Scott Cawthon

  • Format

    Trade Paperback

  • Language

    English

  • Topic

    Horror, Action & Adventure / General, Action & Adventure / Survival Stories, General, Robots, Media Tie-In

  • Intended Audience

    Young Adults

  • Publication Year

    2016

  • Genre

    Juvenile Fiction

  • Number of Pages

    400 Pages

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  • Item Length

    8in.

  • Item Height

    0.8in.

  • Item Width

    5.3in.

  • Item Weight

    10.4 Oz

Additional Product Features

  • Age Range

    12-Up

  • Series Volume Number

    1

  • Lc Classification Number

    Pz7.1.C4645si 2016

  • Grade from

    Seventh Grade

  • Grade to

    Seventh Grade

  • Copyright Date

    2017

  • Target Audience

    Young Adult Audience

  • Lccn

    2016-590548

  • Dewey Decimal

    [Fic]

  • Series

    Five Nights AT Freddy's Ser.

  • Dewey Edition

    23

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It’s the holiday season, and it’s time to start thinking about what gifts you want to give your friends, family, or even yourself. But if you’re stumped on what to get someone who seems impossible to please this year, I have a solution for you! With so many coloring books out these days with different topics and styles available, it can be easy to decide which one would make the most sense as a gift.

1. Bluey Character Coloring Pages

Bluey is a fun-loving little bunny who loves to learn new things every day. His life skills are still developing as he progresses from one step to another in his journey as a child, and as such, he is prone to making mistakes and learning from them. 

With an optimistic disposition and great inner strength, Bluey shows us all how to embrace challenges, cope with failure and bounce back more vital than ever before!

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2. Why Bluey is so popular

There are many reasons why coloring pages of Bluey are so popular. Still, ultimately I believe it all boils down to his character development. 

The smile on his face and the way he stands out from other characters make you want to own him. You can’t help but laugh with him as he takes every challenge in stride, and you have a special place for him in your heart because through his experiences, you are learning about yourself as well! 

But this coloring page is not just fun and games. There is natural character development happening here: we can see how he deals with failure and disappointment; we get to witness how he overcomes his fears and finds a place for himself in this big, wide world.

You may wonder why Bluey is so prevalent in coloring pages and other drawings and illustrations online. Well, it’s because he is adorable! But we bet you didn’t know how many more reasons there were behind the cuteness of the blue cat! 

First off, he was created in 1955 by Mary Tourtel, an English author and cartoonist. This makes him one of the first-ever comics to be published with coloring pages given away in them! He also quickly became famous, making his way onto coloring books that were sold everywhere.

3. Grinch Character Coloring Pages

Grinch is a character from Dr. Seuss’ book “How The Grinch Stole Christmas.” He was born with heart problems that prevented him from feeling empathy towards others and caused him to think of himself as superior to everyone else around him. As such, he became ironic and sarcastic. After failed attempts at destroying Christmas, the Whos of Whoville begin singing inspiring songs to Grinch, which touches his cold heart and changes it:

The words had been stored up in his frozen little soul all the long years he’d been alone…And then they thawed all at once! And out popped a very unexpected trickle of tears, which soon became a flood.

You may think it’s because of how popular the Grinch Stole Christmas is portrayed every December, but it is more than this! As most know, Dr. Seuss created the Grinch coloring pages in 1957, but did you know how the Grinch Stole Christmas coloring book was not printed until 1976! 

Before the coloring books, Dr. Seuss created 33 other coloring pages of The Grinch. The Grinch coloring sheets’ popularity grew because nobody could resist the green monster who hates Christmas! 

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4. What is Five Nights at Freddy’s?

A popular video game franchise that has been around since 2014, Five Nights at Freddy’s challenges players with defending themselves against animatronic characters during the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. Players are given limited power, which includes being able to close doors and check surveillance cameras. 

The characters, known as “animatronics, “move from one end of the restaurant to another. They try entering the security office through a vent or a door which will ultimately result in a jumpscare if successful. 

After closing off all entrances and getting on with other tasks for the night, Freddy might appear inside the room, singing along to music before attacking you.

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How coloring pages benefit adults and children

Children’s coloring has been recognized as one of the best ways to develop their cognitive skills. According to Dr. Seuss Enterprises, coloring builds math and visual perception skills in young ones, making it attractive to parents who want less expensive education for their children. But adult coloring helps relax those with anxiety problems, so its benefits go beyond teaching coloring skills.

Conclusion: 

Whether you’re looking to get in the holiday spirit or just trying to take a break from your day-to-day, we hope these coloring pages have been fun for you! For more information on how adults and children can benefit from coloring pages, visit our blog post. If you want even more great content like this, be sure to visit Coloringpagesonly.com. Happy holidays!

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Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes

2015 horror mystery novel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes is a 2015 horrormysterynovel written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley.[1] It is based on Cawthon's bestselling horror video-game series Five Nights at Freddy's, and is considered by Cawthon to be separate-canon to the events that occurred in the game series, as well as his and her debut novel.

Two sequels to The Silver Eyes, entitled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones and Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet were released on June 27, 2017, and June 26, 2018, respectively.

Plot[edit]

In 1995, 17-year-old Charlotte Emily (known as "Charlie") returns to her hometown, Hurricane, Utah, to attend the launch of a scholarship dedicated to her childhood friend Michael Brooks. Michael and four other children were murdered at a local family restaurant, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, 10 years ago. Charlie's father, Henry, designer of the restaurant's animatronic mascots, was suspected of murder, and consequently committed suicide by allowing an unknown animatronic to kill him. Charlie reunites with her friends, Carlton Burke, John, and Jessica, to revisit the restaurant. They discover that it has been surrounded by a partially-built mall and locate a back route into the pizzeria, finding all the animatronics still in place.

Following the ceremony to honor Michael, John tells Charlie that he remembers seeing a person in a yellow Freddy Fazbear costume on the day of Michael's death, suspecting that this stranger was the murderer. That night, Charlie and her friends return to the restaurant, further accompanied by friends Marla, Lamar, and Marla's younger half-brother Jason, who was only one at the time of Michael's murder. While playing an impulsive game of hide-and-seek with John, Charlie encounters one of the animatronics, Foxy the Pirate, who she was terrified of as a child. Recalling suppressed details of her childhood, Charlie remembers that Henry used to own another restaurant in New Harmony, named Fredbear's Family Diner, featuring two animatronics: yellow versions of Freddy and Bonnie.

Charlie and John drive to New Harmony, where Charlie recalls the day her twin brother, Sammy, was kidnapped by someone wearing a distinct yellow Bonnie costume. This led to her parents divorcing and leaving the original restaurant. Charlie suspects Sammy's abduction and Michael's murder are connected. Later, the teenagers return to Freddy's once again, only to encounter the mall's lone security guard Dave. He had blocked their entrance and in their eagerness to see Freddy's again, they asked him to join them. Upon entering however, Dave unexpectedly retrieves a Spring Bonnie costume and kidnaps Carlton, witnessed by Jason. The group flee, informing Carlton's father, police chief Clay Burke, who suspects it is just another of his son's pranks. He invites the group to stay the night in his home until his son returns from his prank in the morning. In the meanwhile, police officer Dunn, is sent to investigate the abandoned restaurant alone but is murdered by Dave in the Spring Bonnie suit.

Meanwhile, John and Charlie research Fredbear's history in the library, discovering a newspaper article on Sammy's kidnapping. A background check that Clay discovers reveals "Dave Miller", who's true name is identified as William Afton, was co-owner of both restaurants. Separate scenes with Clay reveal that Afton was the primary suspect in the murders, but no direct evidence could be found against him. Back at the restaurant, Afton has placed Carlton in a costume, which can be worn by both humans and animatronics through a series of spring-loaded mechanisms called "spring locks". These locks could be lethal if triggered whilst a human is wearing the suit. When Carlton asks Afton how he knows about this, Afton deliberately reveals unnaturally symmetrical pairs of half-moon cuts, first noticed by Charlie when they met "Dave". William Afton was the true creator of these horrible reminders of hell.

Jason returns to the restaurant to save Carlton, followed by Charlie and her friends. They rescue Carlton - Charlie using her memories with her dad to release him from the spring lock suit - and promptly knock out and tie up "Dave". They force him awake with a water bucket and question him about the murders. He coldly refuses to speak until Charlie notices he's staring at the yellow Bonnie head. Annoyed, she places it over his head, where he begins to speak fluidly. He claims the suits are haunted by the souls of the dead children, and that they don't remember who killed them. He also claims that he will "walk over their corpses in the morning" - referring to the group - because the dead children see him as "one of them" while in his suit. Shaken by his answer, they attempt to leave the place, only to swiftly find that the animatronics – Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy – are aggressive towards them. This becomes obvious as Charlie is chased by Bonnie, Jason is taken by Foxy, and is later hunted by Freddy, along with Marla and Lamar, all are chased by Chica, and an unknown animatronic nearly breaks down the security room door that protected both John and Jessica. The group eventually gets surrounded by the animatronics all at once, fully expecting they will be killed by them, but are saved when a fifth animatronic, the yellow Freddy suit (Golden Freddy) shows up. All the animatronics freeze on place. They all hear whispers from the empty suit; Michael's gentle spirit revealing itself. Clay then bursts through the brick walls with a sledgehammer, finding the group standing together and the animatronics frozen in place nearby. He begins to lead the group out to safety, but in a last attempt to do harm, Afton attacks Charlie in the Spring Bonnie suit. Charlie then activates the costume's spring locks, apparently killing Afton, and his body is dragged away by the animatronics, allowing the group to leave safely with Clay. The Golden Freddy suit disappears.

The group quietly goes their separate ways, the book leaving off with Charlie going to a cemetery to visit two unknown graves, recalling happier times with her father.

Background[edit]

On December 11, 2015, Scott Cawthon posted a teaser on his website for an upcoming untitled novel. According to him, the novel was written "alongside a professional writer for the last ten months" and "expands the mythos", revealing "a human element never before seen in the games". On December 15, 2015, Cawthon revealed the title of the book. The book was originally called Five Nights at Freddy's: The Untold Story, but was renamed shortly after.[2] It was supposed to be available for Amazon Kindle on December 22, 2015, but because of an error in Amazon's system, it was released slightly earlier on December 17, 2015. The paperback edition of the book was published by Scholastic on September 27, 2016.[3][4][5][6]

Reception[edit]

Although it was released to resounding success, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes drew criticism from fans, as they did not see connections between the novel and the video game franchise.[7] Therefore, as fans had claims of the book's lore conflicting with that of the games' lore, Cawthon replied that:

"The games and the books should be considered to be separate continuities, even if they do share many familiar elements. So yes, the book is canon, just as the games are. That doesn't mean that they are intended to fit together like two puzzle pieces. [...] The book is a re-imagining of the Five Nights at Freddy's story, and if you go into it with that mindset, I think you will really enjoy it."[8]

Quoting on how The Silver Eyes could be improved, Latin Post stated, "Perhaps, it is better if Cawthon will give in to the request of the fans and reveal some clues in the book. Five Nights at Freddy's is a game that one won't be able to finish easily. Filled with challenges and puzzles, it tests one's strategy to play hard and survive. Its difficulty level is something one should not undermine. That is why many are hoping to find the answers between the book's pages. Cawthon will be doing his gamers a favor if the book will explain some of the mysteries of the game. If he does, for sure his fans will love it."[9]

On the positive side, Kevin Anderson & Associates complimented Cawthon and their very own associate, Breed-Wrisley on writing the novel. They commented that it had a "rousing narrative and animated pace" that "brings you into the main character, Charlie's world as she returns to her home on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane, Utah's most gruesome homicide." Ending the quote, they said, "The first in a three-book series, Five Night's at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes has fans hungry for more. We are so proud of Scott and Kira's amazing accomplishment and look forward to celebrating many more in the near future."[10]

The book spent four weeks at #1 on The New York Timesbestseller list in Young AdultPaperbacks.[11]

Sequels[edit]

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted Ones is the second novel written by Cawthon and Breed-Wrisley and is the direct sequel to The Silver Eyes. It was first discovered on Amazon in early 2017, sparking controversy on the legitimacy of the product. Later, Cawthon confirmed that the novel was in fact official.[12] The book was released early in some bookstores,[13] but was released publicly on June 27, 2017.[14] It portrays the main character, Charlie, who "had a new fresh start", but finds herself "drawn back into the world of her father's frightening creations" as she tries to move on from the events of The Silver Eyes, which takes place a year earlier.[15]

The third and final book in the trilogy, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Fourth Closet, was released on June 26, 2018.[16] The novel takes a focus on Charlie's friends, who discover the truth behind Charlie's fate in The Twisted Ones, while mysterious events unfold after the opening of a new Freddy-themed restaurant.

Both of the sequels to The Silver Eyes received praise from Kevin Anderson and Associates for being listed as number one Amazon bestsellers during their respective releases.[17][18]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Meet the Team". Kevin Anderson & Associates. March 7, 2017. Retrieved March 7, 2017.
  2. ^"The Next 'Five Nights at Freddy's' Will be...a Novel Called 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'?". TouchArcade. December 15, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  3. ^Frank Allegra (December 14, 2015). "Five Nights at Freddy's novel hits stores next year". Polygon. Retrieved December 14, 2015.
  4. ^"Scott Cawthon+ release dates= impossible". Steam. December 17, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  5. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's' Movie In Full Swing, New 'FNAF' Novel 'The Silver Eyes' Released". January 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  6. ^"Scholastic Signs on for 'Five Nights at Freddy's'". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  7. ^"Scott Cawthon Addresses Negative Comments About 'Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes'". www.movienewsguide.com. Archived from the original on January 27, 2018. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  8. ^Scott Cawthon (December 18, 2015). "Is the book canon?". Steam. Retrieved December 20, 2015.
  9. ^"'Five Nights At Freddy's: The Silver Eyes' Disappoints Fans: How it can be Improved". Latin Post. March 2, 2016. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  10. ^"New York Times #1 Bestseller, Five Nights at Freddy's". Kevin Anderson & Associates. October 15, 2016. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  11. ^"Young Adult Paperback Books - Best Sellers - The New York Times". The New York Times. Retrieved November 3, 2016.
  12. ^News, Auto World. "'Five Nights At Freddy's: Sister Location' Still Missing? Scott Cawthon Only Promoted 'The Twisted Ones' Book; Characters Fans Want To See". Auto World News. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
  13. ^"Five Nights at Freddy's: Twisted Ones Novel Early Copy Out, Story Details Leaked (Spoilers)". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on July 31, 2017. Retrieved June 13, 2017.
  14. ^"The Twisted Ones Release Date, Price, and Plot Premise". www.thebitbag.com. Archived from the original on August 28, 2018. Retrieved July 7, 2017.
  15. ^"'Five Nights at Freddy's': New Book Set for Release as Movie Development Starts Over". christianpost. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  16. ^Cawthon, Scott; Breed-Wrisley, Kira (2018). Five Nights at Freddy's: Book 3. amazon. ISBN .
  17. ^"Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley Attains Amazon #1-Bestseller Status". Kevin Anderson & Associates. October 26, 2017. Retrieved May 26, 2019.
  18. ^"KAA Congratulates Ghostwriter Kira Breed-Wrisley on Her Third #1-Bestseller". Kevin Anderson & Associates. September 14, 2018. Retrieved May 26, 2019.

External links[edit]

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Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order

If you are seeking Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order you are about to find the answer. This series is based on the videogame by the same name, also known as FNaF. Let’s take a look at Five Nights at Freedy’s book reading order, or the Fnaf books if you prefer.

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Five Nights at Freddy is a strategy horror game that has four installments. In 2016, the first book inspired in this videogame came out.

Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order, what is the best way to read them?

Five Nights at Freedy’s book series is composed of five books, a trilogy and two novellas that were released in 2020. You should read Five Nights at Freddy’s books in publication order.

Here you have all Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order:

Five Nights at Freddy's books in order

Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order

Five Nights at Freddy's reading order

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Twisted Ones

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Fourth Closet

  • Fazbear Frights: Into the Pit

  • Fazbear Frights: Fetch

You can tell that the Fnaf books are scary just by taking a look at their book covers isn’t it?

Now that you know Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order maybe you’d like to buy the novels?

If you want to buy the Five Nights at Freddy’s books you only have to click on the cover of the novel you would like to purchase, the link will take you to Amazon.

The following books are in the same order as shown before, so it’s easier for you to decide which of the Fnaf books you want to purchase:

You will enjoy the Fnaf books if…

If you have played the videogames you defnitely have to give these books a chance. Five Nights at Freddy’s is an indie video game series designed, created and published by Scott Cawthon.

In the games the player takes the role of a nightime security guard who has to check the security cameras in a pizza restaurant (Freddy’s) known for its animatronic fluffy robots. It would seem like an easy job, if it wasn’t for the fact that five these animatronics will come to life during the night and they will try to kill you

What are Five Nights at Freddys books about? discovering the Fnaf books

The first novel of this series centers of a group of children wjp want to know more about the mistery surrounding the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizz restaurant. However, even though both the videogames and the novels take place in the same universe, the books are not one hundred per cent accurate to the original source.

Now that you have Five Nights at Freddy’s books in order you can start reading this series. Also, if you like fun books you can check the Dog Man books in order.

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Five Nights at Freddy's

Based on the best-selling horror video game series, Five Nights at Freddy's.

It's been exactly 10 years since the murders at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, and Charlotte (Charlie for short) has spent those 10 years trying to forget. Her father was the owner of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza and the creator of its four adult-sized animatronic animals, and now Charlie is returning to her hometown to reunite with her childhood friends on the anniversary of the tragedy that ripped their town apart.

Curiosity leads Charlie and her friends back to the old pizza place, and they find it hidden and sealed, but still standing. They discover a way inside, but things are not as they once were: the four mascots that delighted and entertained them as children have changed. The animatronic animals have a dark secret, and a murderous agenda.

©2015 Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley (P)2016 Scholastic Inc. Источник: https://www.audible.com/series/Five-Nights-at-Freddys-Audiobooks/B072KLHP44

Five Nights at Freddy's Series

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Five Nights at Freddy's books in order

The horror mystery novel trilogy written by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley, based on Cawthon's bestselling horror video-game series Five Nights at Freddy's, is considered by Cawthon to be separate-canon to the events that occurred in the game series.
Don't miss the first-ever graphic novel for Five Nights at Freddy's, an adaptation of the #1 New York Times bestselling novel The Silver Eyes illustrated by fan-favorite game artist Claudia Schröder!Ten years after the horrific murders at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza that ripped their town apart, Charlie -- whose father owned the restaurant -- and her ch...
The highly anticipated sequel to the bestselling Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes.It's been a year since the horrific events at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, and Charlie is just trying to move on. Even with the excitement of a new school and a fresh start, she's still haunted by nightmares of a masked murderer and four gruesome animatronic puppet...
What really happened to Charlie? It's the question that John can't seem to shake, along with the nightmares of Charlie's seeming death and miraculous reappearance. John just wants to forget the whole terrifying saga of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, but the past isn't so easily buried. Meanwhile, there's a new animatronic pizzeria opening in Hurricane, al...
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