|"Oh, what a pleasant surprise!"
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Five Nights at Freddy's fans won't want to miss this pulse-pounding collection of three novella-length tales that will keep even the bravest player up at night...
What do you wish for most? It's a question that Oswald, Sarah, and Millie think they know the answer to. Oswald wishes his summer wasn't so boring, Sarah wishes to be beautiful, and Millie wishes she could just disappear from the face of the earth. But in the twisted world of Five Nights at Freddy's, their hearts' deepest desires have an unexpected cost.
In this volume, horror master Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of his series' canon. Each story comes complete with accompanying artwork from fan-favorite game artist LadyFiszi, who brings the horror to life in startling new ways.
Readers beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans.
Into the Pit is the first short story written by TBD.
Oswald wishes his summer wasn't so boring
To Be Beautiful is the second short story written by Elley Cooper.
Sarah wishes to be beautiful
Count the Ways is the third short story written by Elley Cooper.
Millie wishes she could just disappear from the face of the earth
The first Stitchwraith Stingers epilogue.
Detective Larson was assigned to investigate "The Stitchwraith" case, part urban legend, part serial murder. The case file contains several death reports, and photographs of a mysterious cloaked figure, which digs through garbage and junk, looking for something unknown.
- According to Scott Cawthon's update on Steam Community, the release date of the book was apparently supposed to be on March 2020, but was changed for an unknown reason. He joked about how "no one tells [him] anything".
- Although the release date was December 26, 2019, the book was available in early renders from some physical stores, along with accompanying book of the same release date, Five Nights at Freddy's: The Silver Eyes: The Graphic Novel.
- While it is unknown whether or not the Fazbear Frights books are set within the game continuity, Scott Cawthon has confirmed that the series will "fill in some of the blanks of the past".
- Drawings made by LadyFiszi were intended to be included in the final version of the book, but were scrapped by Scott due to the fact that they would be printed in black and white.
- Although some of the aforementioned illustrations were repurposed in 12th chapter of The Ultimate Guide talking about Fazbear Frights book series.
- This is the first book in the series where all the stories inside are confirmed to connect to the Stitchwraith Stingers.
- All the stories in Into the Pit have the same moral lesson being grateful for what one has.
- In titular first story, Oswald is very displeased and upset with how simple and mundane his life is but after almost losing his father and nearly dying, at the end of the story he grows a greater appreciation for his boring life.
- In the second story To Be Beautiful, Sarah is unhappy with her looks thinking of herself as unattractive and plain but after realizing Eleanor tricked her, in her final moments before her death she realizes that she should have been happy with who she is.
- In the third story Count The Ways, Mille hates her life constantly stating she wants to die. But when Funtime Freddy grants her wish of death she regrets her beliefs and vows to enjoy and appreciate her life if she survives which she unfortunately didn’t.
-  to answer your question, yes, I'm referring to the new Fazbear Frights series :)
-  The only pictures that could have been inside these would have been black and white, so I made the call to scrap the concept entirely. I think we may do a big book of illustrations later instead. LadyFiszi did some really cool artwork for these and they really need to be full color, black and white wouldn't have done them justice. I was disappointed as well.