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Country Boy / City Life

cfuson001

Looking for novels with a country boy who moves the city, would also be a plus if it was a complete coming of age story.

richardshagrin

Country Boy, City Girl by Mushroom
A boy who recently moved from rural Idaho moves to the big city of Los Angeles, and gets more than he expected. Can a country boy handle the way that big city girls behave?
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LonelyDad

'Ozark Life' by Dual Writer

Ozark boy wants to become a lawyer so he is off to college. He finds a girl friend, and together they make it through school and build a wonderful life for themselves and their Ozark families.

http://storiesonline.net/s/14566/ozark-life

'Challenge' is also a good coming of age story, but the boy doesn't move to the city.

http://storiesonline.net/s/13232/challenge

Replies:   samuelmichaels
samuelmichaels

@LonelyDad

Arguably the Richard Jackson Saga by Banadin counts -- a boy from a small midwestern town moves to LA.

Replies:   LonelyDad
LonelyDad

@samuelmichaels

Arguably the Richard Jackson Saga by Banadin counts -- a boy from a small midwestern town moves to LA.

Yeah, as far as L.A. is concerned, a small town in Ohio is the country.

Replies:   AmigaClone
AmigaClone

@LonelyDad

Yeah, as far as L.A. is concerned, a small town in Ohio is the country.


There are likely some in L.A that would consider cities of over half a million that are not located on either the east or west coast of the continuous 48 states as "country".

Replies:   StarFleet Carl
StarFleet Carl

@AmigaClone

There are likely some in L.A that would consider cities of over half a million that are not located on either the east or west coast of the continuous 48 states as "country".


Hell, there's some of us who live IN a city with more than a million residents that consider it to be country. Nearly 1.4 million people in the metro area, 6,359 square miles (16,470 square km) in size. On any given day, you're liable to see someone riding their horse alongside the highway or down the sidewalk. Not as a parade, but just out for a morning or afternoon ride.

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