Taxi - Trauma (Book 3)

  • Series: Taxi, Book 3
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
While Carmen and José are on a day trip, Ulrike contents herself with the mundane task of catching up with her housework, dreaming that the evening may bring a more enjoyable close to the day ... until she receives an unexpected phone call.

Taxi - Trauma is the third book in the Taxi series. More

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  • Series: Taxi, Book 3
Words: 15,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301495184
About Sophia DeLuna

I live on the outskirts of Nuremberg, and I love going for walks in the forest, which starts just across the road.
My greatest passions are the English language, writing, reading and photography.
I also love singing, digital painting and creating digital art.
And I'm currently learning Hungarian.

Some of my photos and digital paintings can be viewed here:
http://www.redbubble.com/people/sophiadeluna

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Reviews

Review by: Akadingbat on April 17, 2014 :
Another wonderful instalment in this delightful tale.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Carole Wolf on Dec. 14, 2013 :
I have read the entire Taxi series thus far, including Timing, and I am very delighted by these characters, and the setting in particular. 1990's Berlin! How interesting to a oblivious American like myself! I like the way the author has used these short novels to engage the reader in the ongoing lives of Urlike and Carmen, an unlikely couple who struggle with cultural differences and also with the social stigmas of that era. I am curious to find out where the two of them find themselves next and am looking forward to the next installment.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: maddog0143 on Nov. 04, 2013 :
I love this installment. From the recognition of my own early domestic habits as a young adult, (thanks for the giggle), to the insightful turns at the kind of revealing, sibling dynamic that is all the more astounding for its insightful depth, when considering the author is an only child. Well done, Sophia!

The second half, (which leads to a nicely set-up segue into the next book), nicely draws the separate paths of the two siblings right up to the front door-step, literally and emotionally, of the causes and effects of the entire, humanly flawed family unit.

This one hits its mark.

Brava!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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