Uber driver Daniel, was in for a fix when he agreed to take a suicidal military man for a ride.
Charles is suicidal and he knows it; he has a weird sense of humor laced with sad lonely eyes. Also, he seems to be carrying the world on his shoulders and his eyes bore more knowledge than Isaac Newton.
He was also care-free, and Daniel did not know what to make of him especially as he gave no destination.
Charles was a ‘radical’ man who made a decision to drive round the city that night. When Daniel insisted it was late, and that he needed to see his family, Charles threatened to kill him and follow suit.
The trip around the city that night is quite eventful as Charles questioned Daniel on his perspective of life, self-discovery and his pursuit of happiness.
Apparently suicidal people give the best advice because Daniel was never the same mediocre person again after a night trip with the ever “radical” Charles.
This read takes the win for anyone who loves a suspense-filled story. It was quite enthralling and kept me hooked till the end.
Confessions of a Kenyan Uber Taxi Driver by Charles Chanchori taught me valuable lessons. The first is to never stay out late because obviously suicidal people roam late at nights and the second is to never cross a determined man who wants to die.
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