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Cowboys Can Fly By Ken Smith,

  • Title: Cowboys Can Fly
  • Author: Ken Smith
  • ISBN: 9781590213285
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Young Toby spends his days exploring the backwoods surrounding his UK country home His imagination not only supplies adventure but also the exciting promise of lustful embraces and kisses with the handsome field hand When Toby s mother, a nurse, brings home a sickly yet handsome youth, Cymon, to recuperate, Toby finds himself drawn to the older boy Their friendship, awkYoung Toby spends his days exploring the backwoods surrounding his UK country home His imagination not only supplies adventure but also the exciting promise of lustful embraces and kisses with the handsome field hand When Toby s mother, a nurse, brings home a sickly yet handsome youth, Cymon, to recuperate, Toby finds himself drawn to the older boy Their friendship, awkward at first, blossoms as each offers the other much needed comfort Cowboys Can Fly presents a classic story of gay adolescence, one that is as heartbreaking as it is triumphant in spirit.
    Cowboys Can Fly Young Toby spends his days exploring the backwoods surrounding his UK country home His imagination not only supplies adventure but also the exciting promise of lustful embraces and kisses with the han

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    1. This is a simple, beautiful coming of age love story that does not follow any of the typical conventions of either genre, while simultaneously being entrenched in both the genres There is no huge and life changing moment in Toby s, the main character, life And the love story is romantic only in the sense of a slightly out of use meaning of the word that of idealistic, imaginative and or adventurous It has been a long time since I ve read such a heartfelt, poignant and moving story that truly sou [...]

    2. I m not sure where to start with this one I m a bit of a crier anyway, but I don t often have tears rolling down my face when I read a book this time I did.I almost didn t download it after I d read the sample because it felt so much slower than my usual reads, but I m so glad I did It s absolutely beautiful It is a slow book, very little happens in terms of plot, just two boys one very ill learning about love, and the quiet joys of life.A coming of age story, full of innocence and wide eyed joy [...]

    3. best book i have ever read moving, funny, sad, it truly brought out and touched all my emotions one book i hoped would never end.

    4. The book is to be a film Keep in touch by the blog Your comments are always welcome.At present being narrated for audiobook.

    5. I ve put off writing this review because I didn t want to react emotionally to the book But the longer I wait, it seems the less rationally I can think about this story I m afraid that my reaction to this story was tainted by a horrific short video I watched one night on Netflix Spoiler is the plot of the short film, honestly horrific you re warned view spoiler It was part of one of the Boys Life collections, and the main character is an adolescent farm boy whose best friend is a chicken leading [...]

    6. Having read some of the author s earlier work, I wasn t so sure what to expect from this which seemed to be such a change of style for him However, while the subject matter may be somewhat different that style is very much there.The light flowing of the words, painting pictures of youngster living the sort of childhood that made Enid Blyton a household name, but without the sickliness of rose colour glasses that often come with those works making them seem so dated to today s audiences.The hero, [...]

    7. This book really moved me, with both the author s description of a peaceful and lovely landscape and its poignant and touching story.

    8. A charming and touching love story with a suitably sad ending Fourteen year old Toby roams the English countryside of the 1960s and dreams of romance with another boy until good looking but ominously ill fifteen year old Cy almost magically enters his life and captures his heart The blossoming of their love, both emotional and physical despite never being consummated, is marvelously captured.Its promotion as a book about gay adolescence does not do it justice Though his attraction to boys is wha [...]

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