Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes is a canon adaptation of the Five Nights at The book spent four weeks at #1 on The New York Times bestseller list in in. A sequel to The Silver Eyes, entitled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Twisted The book is a re-imagining of the Five Nights at Freddy's story, and if you go into it  Dewey Decimal‎: ‎ 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.


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Background[ edit ] On December 11,Scott Cawthon posted a teaser on his website for an upcoming untitled novel. According to him, the novel was written "alongside a professional the silver eyes fnaf book for the last ten months" and "expands the mythos ", revealing "a human element never before seen in the games".

On December 15,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. The paperback edition of the book was published by Scholastic on September 27, The Silver Eyes has drawn in a lot of criticism from fans.

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The Silver Eyes novel with the hope that the novel will have the answers to the mysteries on the game franchise. So yes, the book is canonjust as the games are.

The silver eyes fnaf book doesn't mean that they are intended to fit together like two puzzle pieces. Five Nights at Freddy's is a game that one won't be able to finish easily.

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Filled with challenges and puzzles, it tests one's strategy to play hard and survive. As a long time fan of the franchise, I picked up this book curious to see what Scott had in mind when he decided to, in another canon, give the franchise some history that included names, dates, events, and so the silver eyes fnaf book.

Granted I don't know exactly what ideas were his and which were not, due to the addition of his co-writer Kira, but both of them do manage to create a compelling story.


Charlie is a character still dealing with quite a bit of tragedy in her life that's elaborated on as the story proceeds. We spend the most time with her and her childhood friend John as Charlie unearths painful but very engaging and scary memories.

Several key characters in the games are given official names and a history, including two of the the silver eyes fnaf book victims and the actual murderer. There are unfortunately several cons in both the book, and the book's formatting.

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The silver eyes fnaf book formatting itself is very sloppy, making the book stretch out to around pages. This price of this book is usually ranging from dollars. For a "reimagining" book with huge spaces between the lines, several typos, and grammatical errors, that's asking a bit much.

Some cons in the story include a great deal of padding, the silver eyes fnaf book characters acting in ways that don't make any sense for their established personality, and as others have pointed out, there isn't much focus on the animatronics themselves until we're nearing the end of the story though I think it was worth the wait for such a good ending.

Some of the characters make some atrocious decisions, not counting the obvious choice to sneak into an abandoned restaurant.

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Without that we'd have no story. But while there's some logic behind their first two visits, there is no reason for the third. They have NO reason to enter Freddy's a third time, and during the second visit their increasingly poor choices lead to the silver eyes fnaf book true danger presented in the book.

Charlie herself is presented as a demure character who doesn't enjoy rocking the boat even if she disagrees with something.

But her friends continue to put themselves in dangerous situations at Freddy's, despite all of them still being affected by the horrible events ten years prior. Charlie offers to let Dave explore the restaurant with them, and he accepts.

Inside, the friends play with the control panel, and while they are distracted Dave retrieves a Spring Bonnie costume from a closet and abducts Carlton, which Jason witnesses. The friends flee the restaurant and fetch Police Officer Dunn, only to find that the restaurant's door has been chained up while they were gone.

Police Chief Clay Burke - Carlton's father - does not the silver eyes fnaf book their story, and assumes Carlton is playing a prank.

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