Confessions of a New York Taxi Driver – Reading Recommendation

Sex, (a few) Drugs, Rock’n Roll, all from the Drivers seat in the Big Apple.

Originally a blog, I was hooked immediately upon reading. It’s one of those books that convey the character of a living city. It’s a great holiday read as the chapters are very short & sweet, so perfect for poolside dipping in and out of (or in my case baking bread whilst lounging in the garden on the weekend) or would make a great loo book.

Confessions of a New York Taxi Driver: Eugene Salomon

I found it to be interesting look at the seedier/sensational side of New York in what must be an unforgettable job.


“He’s taken all sorts of people for a ride: Mafiosi, hookers, the rich and
famous, down and outs, young lovers, tourists from every corner of the globe,
lifetime New Yorkers, passengers in a rush, and others with no particular place
to go.”


Could you survive as a New York Cabbie? I’m not sure I could…

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