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Thank you-and please continue with more seasons!! And, by the way, the landscape was an important character, as well! There is nothing that compares to Longmier on television. I wish that Netflix would reconsider and begin filming the series again. The Tony Hillerman book series of Leaphorn and Chee have a very similar approach and feel to them as Longmire. I was very sad when Tony Hillerman passed away.
Anne Hillerman, his daughter has continued the series. Longmire is the only series I have found so far that has compared to the Hillerman books. I will be checking out the books as well. Keep up the great writing. Thank you! Please tell me that Walt gets to keep his land??? This series is awesome!!!! The author is amazing!! I smell a plaigerist. In my opinion, this entire site is merely a way to put advertisements in front of eyeballs.
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I listened to the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon on audiobook and thoroughly enjoyed how the characters voices get in your head and you feel immersed in their world. It is a rather expensive way to experience a long series however. Where did you get your audiobooks? Really enjoy the Longmire audio books read by George Guddel sp? To really get to know the characters and their interactions this is the way to go. Did some cowboying myself in Wyoming and the setting is spot on.
Alongside tv series is good, but, no where near as good as the books. Check out the audio books. The author and the narrator were meant to do this together!
The thing at the end between Walt and Vic…just no! Nothing about her character warranted that interaction! I picked the Longmire series, just by the teaser about what the show was about. Modern day Mr. Dillion and all that. After watching a couple episodes we fell in love with the snappy dialog and were hooked.
We ended up watching episode after episode for about 4 nights. She even called her fiance and insisted he get on Netflix and catch up with us so she could continue watching when she got home. Seemed like natural transitions to me. Still left hanging as far as the estate of the Connallys, Any other family out there? Hopefully not giving too much away as a spoiler alert. I wrote a previous comment on June 28th and would like to add further.
I have listened to 12 of the audiobooks so far. The tv series is fairly good and interesting, but not one character even comes close, with the exception of Robert Taylor as the Sheriff, to the storybook characters.
I realize the tv segments are only about an hour long hence none of the book plots can be developed. But the characters could be developed much, much better. Thinking the tv series represents anything close to the real story board is a disservice to the Longmire reading series. So glad to have found CJohnson. I said run! Gray Wolf: I wish we could just go back to when we were pups Gray Wolf: You don't have a clue how I really feel!
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