“Fazbear Frights,” a horror book worth reading

The Universe of Animatronic Haunters


Book Cover Of Five Nights At Freddy’s Fazbear Frights 1:35 AM

Scott Cawthon, through his vision of horror, finds a way to make horror out of terrifying animatronics that lurk within his universe of horror.

For those who are looking for new genres of horror, I would recommend the book series known as Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights. Each has their own horrifying stories, a total of three stories within each book.

Fazbear Frights #3: 1:35 A.M. includes the deaths of three total people, each gruesome in their own way. None of the stories has a peaceful ending for the characters. They either end up dead or stuck in a terrible situation. There is no escape for these characters in this hellish universe of animatronics, each suffering a fate of their own.

As they each find themselves finding an animatronic that either haunts them or murders them, with no possible way to stop these animatronics, there is no hope found within this universe of horror. As for the other people in this universe, these animatronics seem to haunt other side characters as well, so there is no mercy for anyone.

Kelsey, a character in the third story, known as being the new kid but who quickly gains popularity, suffers quite literally the worst fate. An animatronic suit that he gets in quickly activates the spring locks within it, and kills Kelsey in a matter of seconds, as Kelsey’s blood stains the suit and the floor.

This is just one of the very few deaths that happen within the book, with the other two deaths being a bloody festival just like Kelsey’s. There is no escape, nowhere to run, they would all soon fear their fate and have it happen in the blink of an eye.

Although these characters knew they were doomed to face their fate, Delilah from story #1 of Fazbear Frights #3: 1:35 A.M. was happy in her own ending because although she got stuck in a vent, the story ends by saying “She’d never have to run from Ella again.” Delilah knew she wouldn’t be able to escape from the vent she was in, but she was happy because Ella the doll wouldn’t be able to haunt her anymore and she’d be left alone in peace. 

While we aren’t shown whether she died, being stuck in a vent in the middle of some place would be terrifying. But I’m sure, with nobody around to help Delilah, she dies later on with no escape from the vent. Although all characters scream for help, there is no one to hear them, their voices aren’t heard, and they’re all left hopeless to die.

So to the dear readers of horror stories, I would like to make a recommendation, the series of Fazbear Frights. The horrors of murderous animatronics may sound a bit odd or weird in general, but I strongly suggest it because of the horror that builds up throughout each story. Yet the excitement rises as you get closer and closer to the end of the story, either leaving you wanting to know more or being shocked. Therefore, I think Fazbear Frights is an excellent choice of horror genre because it can really gain your interest as more horror builds up.