"I'm going to live here one day," I said in a dreamlike state. Bumped to Berlin is the premiere novel from Savannah Page, an American expatriate living in Berlin, Germany. The book is a quick read, and the perfect travel companion for anyone, especially if traveling abroad. Savannah offers insight into a multitude of aspects of German culture including: fashion, insurance, and even the saturation of babies in the proud city of Berlin. Her inspiration stems from her natural ability as a story teller, and when the time comes "to make 10115 (their) permanent postal code," the story can no longer be held back. Savanna likens her learning how to become a Berliner to an artist, working within a medium to achieve a delicate transcendence. She begins by explaining that she is not a native Berliner, yet wishes to become one and master this art. When Christian (her husband) and she arrive in the city, she is not proficient in the language, cannot drive stick and therefore does not have a German driver's permit, and still uses her Oklahoma driver's license as her main form of identification. How is Savannah ever going to learn how to paint her masterpiece when she is missing half the colors?