Fetch

Fetch

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.

Title:Fetch
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781338576023
Format Type:

    Fetch Reviews

  • Joshua

    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 th...

  • mckenna ? ????

    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 sp...

  • szara

    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 th...

  • Jennifer

    Another great book of three short stories. I'm not sure how to review the book without spoiling something so I will say if you like goosebumps and five nights at freddys this won't disappoint....

  • Arkham Reviews

    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 Fred...

  • Kim

    This collection wasn't as good as the first, but it's still worth a read.Story 1, "Fetch" - This one was fine. There's a couple cringey moments when "modern" slang is used which was distracting. I lik...

  • Emma

    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 ...

  • Clare

    I'd give this closer to 3.5 stars than 4 but even still, this book was fun.Continuing the fun Goosebumos-vibe from the first book, we're introduced to three new kids and their friends and family as th...

  • Aya

    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 fir...

  • River Jay Swinburn

    Another fantastic book by Scott Cawthon. I love how, in this series, he's not directly giving you the ending to the stories but is leaving it up to your imagination. It's really clever and I love it. ...