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- Five Nights at Freddy's: Tales from the Pizzaplex, Book 3
- Lu par : Suzanne Elise Freeman
- Durée : 6 h et 44 min
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What are you running from? . . . Sam is afraid of just about anything and everything that’s unhealthy ever since his father died . . .
Something about the Springtrap costume in the roleplaying area of Freddy Fazbears Mega Pizzaplex chills Luca to the core . . .
And Grady’s fear of being trapped in small spaces makes working as a Pizzaplex technician extremely challenging. But in the world of Five Nights at Freddy's, our deepest fears have a way of chasing us . . .
In this third volume, Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length tales from uncharted corners of his series' canon.
Listeners beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to rattle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans.
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Gory, not as good as Fazbear Frights
The only decently good story in this book was the Moondrop Dream Sphere story. I'm on the 4th book in the Pizzaplex series and the only stories I thought were actually good, that stuck with me, was Lally's Game and the Moondrop story. The rest of the stories were forgettable or stuck with me for the wrong reasons. Many of the Pizzaplex stories don't even have much to do with FNAF, another issue. The Fazbear Frights books were so well written with full and well told stories, the Pizzaplex stories are just not great and they're way more gory. For horror fans, a good analogy of these books compared to a movie series would be the Fazbear Frights stories are like the Insidious movies. Full, complicated, twisting storylines, lots to tell, scary but well told, the Pizzaplex series are more like the Hostel movies, gory, more disgusting than scary, not much story but violent. For example, in one of the stories in Pizzaplex that spans a few books, while constructing a pizzaplex that was built over an old Freddy's, an anamatronic was given the job of helping the construction workers by deconstructing old anamatronics, the anamatronic starts "deconstructing" the construction workers instead, later a group of teens get stuck in this sealed up building with the killer anamatronic and also get "deconstructed." In another Pizzaplex story a chubby pizzaplex worker gets stuck in a maze of "fitness center" tunnels. You get some background on the worker and then have to hear the long story of this man being slowly torn apart by an anamatronic "helper" (that's supposed to help/guide people through the tunnels), the guy gets stuck over and over again and is slowly ripped apart by the anamatronic helper, in great detail. Somehow this story is boring, monotonous, gross, disturbing and cringey, all at once, it was hard to get through. The stories themselves lack detail but the descriptions of limbs being torn off and bones breaking are given way too much detail, it's all gore not enought horror.
Best book yet! I loved how connected it felt to the games. I Highly recommend.
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This and the last in the Tales at the Pizzaplex were pretty good. The stories are brutal but in a good way. I do hope to see a story in the next that doesn’t end in tragedy though. Mix it up a little like Fazebear Frights did, sprinkling in some wholesome endings.
Perfectly tensive and gruesome
I really loved it. The storys are as captivating as they are gruesome.
Great work, keep it up I'm excited for the next ones that follow 😊.