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What’s drawn four damaged people back to Merle House? The answer could destroy them all in a gripping short story of the truths we bury and the lies we tell ourselves.

Matthew, Claire, Ian, and Mason haven’t set foot on the Merle family property since the summer they were sixteen. They tried for years to put their history behind them, to forget the mystery of the girl who vanished so long ago. But a powerful force from their past is still at play. This time, there’s no hiding from it.

Love the Way You Lie is part 4 of House of Crows, a four-part serial about friends with a shared history of darkness. They’ve spent their lives running, but they can no longer hide from the past. Each story can be read or listened to in a single haunted sitting.

©2021 by Lisa Unger. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • 01-07-21

Rollercoaster Ride

Excellent, didn't see the end coming until the end. This could be a HBO MOVIE

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-06-21

So many questions!

It was very frustrating to get to the end and the author left so many loose ends out there.

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  • Ramona Payne
  • 03-06-21

Shocking

Dang I was hoping I was wrong. I was kinda surprised at the person it turned out to be who did this talk about going wow. This is a Rubio thing series well worth listening to.

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  • drgnbttrfly
  • 24-07-21

Loved it

Wish there was more of a twist but I loved it over all. Started the series and finished it in one day.

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  • Nicole Berry
  • 22-07-21

I didn't want this to end

I didn't want these books to end. Everything was great! It had twist and turns and for once I really didn't see the end turning out the way it did.

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  • Rachelle
  • 23-06-21

Great Series

Teeter tottering on supernatural and suspense, this series was fast paced and engaging! It did jump back and forth from past to present often and it wasn't the easiest to follow, but I did pick up on it after a moment. Other than that, fantastic listen. Narrators did well!

I'm also not entirely sure why it's broken up into four books when there were clearly cliffhangers and an unresolved storyline on the previous three books. I wish it would've been sold as one book.

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  • Maria Maloy
  • 07-06-21

Surprised and pleased

I was surprised to find i actually like this better than the 3 previous books. I was not too enchanted with the first book, but was still compelled to listen. The twist of the story, however, and moving parts tying it all together were a delightful pay off for the previous installments. I always enjoy the use of unreliable narrators and events shown from multiple view points. I will likely seek out other works by this author.

I do have several problems with it,, the main one being that the narration through out is comically overdone with young males getting generic "dude-bro" voices, women ridiculous falsettos from male narrators, and males goofy baritones from female narrators. I really wish more narrators were able to distinguish characters through speech pattern and minor modulations without creating vocal characatures.

Additionally I dont love the serial form of the stories. I dont really understand why it was not sold as one book. As a subscriber to Audible I hope this is not a trend as it feels like a way to make me spend cash when I have purchased credits. In this case the total would still come in under the price of a credit anyway, so it was not a massive problem.

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  • Admiralu
  • 06-06-21

All is Revealed

This was the last chapter in the House of Crows series. The four friends return to Merle House and Have wood and we learn what happened to several missing people. This series had a more psychological bent, hinting at the paranormal. I figured out the twist early on, so it wasn't as thrilling as I would've hoped. The audio cast was fantastic. Dean Koontz does this so much better. The Nameless series was far better than this.

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  • Sandyjeans
  • 04-06-21

Irritating form

Story was OK but confusingly broken up, jumping back and forth by time and character. But I HATED that this was broken up into four separate books. It's not even like the were stand alone stories. They even were presented as continuing chapters. Confusing to have more than one reader, too. Not anxious to read this author again.