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Taxi Rojo: A Tijuana Tale Audiobook by Erik Orrantia

Title: Taxi Rojo: A Tijuana Tale Author: Erik Orrantia Narrator: J.D. Huntington Format: Unabridged Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins Language: English Release date: 07-27-16 Publisher: Lethe Press Ratings: 3 of 5 out of 1 votes Genres: Fiction, Contemporary Publisher's Summary: Tijuana: melting pot of Mexico, gateway to Baja California. Two million souls struggle for survival, each searching for a way to become...something, anything better. Fate brings a few strangers together one night in a crowded taxi rojo. When the red taxi crashes down a canyon, it creates a connection between the passengers that, like the international border within sight of the crash, draws a line between triumph and defeat, hopelessness and perseverance, life and death. Boyfriends Rigo and Cristian confront their demons when a supposedly innocuous tryst gets out of control. Pancha looks for love in a complex world of ambiguous gender and sexual identity. Toni's biggest problem is self-acceptance in a culture that has ingrained in him the idea that real men are macho and self-sufficient. Julia's faith is challenged, as she toils to make a living and support her disabled sister, while feeling paralyzed by her sense of responsibility and lingering guilt. Even in Tijuana, light can be found in the darkness. Contact me for any questions: [email protected]