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Re: “Virgin River's Washed-out Humboldt

I totally disagree with your assessment of thus series They did an great job of recreating the first book in the "Virgin River" Series. If anything they actually downplayed the problem with the native drug problem. I actuality Humbolt County has a horrible reputation. The writers have taken creative licence, and changed some of the original facts, but they fit perfectly. I have read every single book on this serial, but I doubt you have by you review. I felt you were ready to just RIP it apart. Netflix just pick this series up for next year. Can't Wait! Anne Murray

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Posted by Anne Numrich Murray on 01/24/2020 at 10:46 PM

Re: “Virgin River's Washed-out Humboldt

I totally disagree with your assessment of this serial. I have read every single book in the "Virgin River "Series. The creative licence of the writers and director has changed some of the original fact if the first novel., but I feel they did a wonderful job of recreating the story. I wonder if you have even read Robyn Carr's novels? You were ready to just pick this apart, and to used to flash serials. I loved thus first season. Can't wait for next year! Anne Murray

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Posted by Anne Numrich Murray on 01/24/2020 at 10:25 PM

Re: “Virgin River's Washed-out Humboldt

I believe you totally sit down to watch Virgin River with a couple of set of very sharp knives and ready to dissect it to the fullest in the most negative way. I enjoyed it to the fullest you are a very negative person

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Posted by Mickey g on 01/24/2020 at 6:04 AM

Re: “Virgin River's Washed-out Humboldt

Agree--and completely white washed. No representation of significant Native communities.

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Posted by Bari on 01/23/2020 at 4:47 PM

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