The Twisted Ones is a modern twist on an old horror classic! Book two picks up roughly a year after The Silver Eyes ends. From Hugo Award–winning author Ursula Vernon, writing as T. Kingfisher, The Twisted Ones is a gripping, terrifying tale bound to keep you up all night—from both fear …

– Cherie Priest, author of The Family Plot and Maplecroft. Before the book's release, Barnes & Noble gave out a few early copies.

Itll be a mess, her father says, in a massive … It's a strange and lovely balance, expertly crafted for daytime laughter or nighttime trembles." Cherie Priest It's a strange and lovely balance, expertly crafted for daytime laughter or nighttime trembles." The horror in this one is more frequent and far more occurring than the first book as well. Despite Nightmare on the cover, he is not included in the book. The Twisted Ones is the first book to introduce animatronics that never appeared in any of the games, being twisted versions of Freddy, Bonnie, Foxy, and a new wolf animatronic. Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature: The Twisted Ones begins with mild consternation: Melissa, who goes by Mouse, has the thankless task of taking a trip to backwoods North Carolina, with her loyal redbone coonhound Bongo for company, to clean out her late grandmothers home. It's also a bit shorter, which probably explains the pace. "The Twisted Ones is a weird, shimmering story told with sharpness and grace - somehow both wild fairy tale and quiet, personal horror in equal measure. "The Twisted Ones is a weird, shimmering story told with sharpness and grace - somehow both wild fairy tale and quiet, personal horror in equal measure. The Twisted Ones was a bit faster-paced than the first book.