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Ratings and Book Reviews (9 28 star ratings
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    Everything falls into place

    I can't say much as to not spoil it, but I can say, that everything makes sense after reading. Why Afton killed kids, Baby's motives and full story, and mst impotantly, the truth about Charlie. The only thing disppointing was Scott's desicion not to include Lamar in the third installment of the series. Disregarding that last fact however, it was the perfect tool for tying loose ends in both the game and novel's universe.
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    An Epic Continuation of the FNAF Universe

    The Fourth Closet by Scott Cawthon tied up some of the FNAF literature universe, but opened up a whole 'nother can of worms. I was a little too hooked to this book, but mainly because I am totally obsessed with the FNAF lore. The video games, the potential movie, the books! All of them are my guilty pleasure, which I will easily admit. But this book? It tops the other two. I found the first book to be intriguing, the second book to lag just a bit, and this book went flying off the handle to utter insanity! In a good way. If you are going to take anything out of this book, it's the strange way Scott is weaving and changing lore. The books don't perfectly match up to the video games, but they will definitely spike your interest if you have played the games. There are easter eggs and references to so many different parts of the games that it's almost hard to keep track of. Yet, it all works for perfectly well. I found myself really hooked to this story and I didn't want to put it down. It is fast paced and full of crazy twists and turns that you will need to read the first three books for. But, you could easily jump into this series if you haven't played the games. Playing the games just makes the easter eggs in this book more fun! If you don't like sci-fi or thriller type books, this novel isn't for you. The hype about the supernatural aspects of this book is unreal and goes beyond what I expected. The book is no longer just a silly YA novel, it's full of technology and supernatural twists. I found the ending... interesting. I'll leave it at just that word, because the ending left me feeling like I had tons more questions coming out then going in. While I did get some answers and I thought the ending itself was a nice way to tie up the story, it really didn't tie up the story that well. It made the story end, but it didn't close the story as nicely as I wanted. So, maybe there will be another side series or another game or something that ties this storyline up. I hope, anyways. Five out of five stars. This was one of the few books I paid full price for. This whole series I was desperate to read, so lucky Scott Cawthon got my money on this one.
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    Love it!!!

    The story is nice and intense, I liked it a lot! This is the last novel of the series, so I'm kinda sad :(
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    Its so intreeging

    I dont want to spoil it but its astounding so yeah
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    what's goin' on

    So who is the person in the graveyard with john? was it charlie or jessica or who?kinda worryed if this is the end of the novel series.realy suprizing how charlie is just a doll. Good book, though. :) ¿°
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