» View All
  » Fiction
  » Nonfiction
  » Poetry
  » Art
  » Children
  » View All
  » Fiction
  » Nonfiction
  » Poetry

Listed 112 books alphabetically by the name of the Authors
Result Page:  [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] [ 7 ] [ 8 ] [ 9 ] [ 10 ]  [ 11 ] [ 12 ]  [ + ]

Meital Sharon - Being Ethel

Meital Sharon
Being Ethel

"Being Ethel" is a love story between two very different young women, Efrat and Yael, which takes place between Tel-Aviv and Berlin. Both women are attracted to Ethel, the perfect Berliner, who makes them examine who they are, how much they can love and what they yearn to become.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2229-7

Anat Shavit-Pinhasy - Screenplaying

Anat Shavit-Pinhasy
Screenplaying

Daria is a screenplay writer and Ran is a TV producer. They are both happily married, but not to each other. Daria is working for Ran as a production assistant and uses his help to write the screenplay she is working on. The sudden love...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-022-3

Tsur Shezaf - Shanti Shanti Balagan

Tsur Shezaf
Shanti Shanti Balagan

In early september 2001 Dorit and Tsur Shezaf took their three daughters (ages 14, 11 and 8) for a year long family tour of India, with no school and no work. They discover a land of marvels, complex, colourful and intoxicating: hidden valleys in the Himalayas, a long journey on camels in Rajastan, a full moon party in Goa...  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-38-1

Tsur Shezaf - The Happy Man

Tsur Shezaf
The Happy Man

A politically charged novel which tells the fictional, but not impossible, story of the Bedouin rebellion in the Negev desert. It is the story of extraordinary people, who find themselves caught in a game of life and death but are determined to realize their dreams, while they fight over the desert...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1970-9

Tsur Shezaf - Love on the Divide

Tsur Shezaf
Love on the Divide

Survivors of the Yom Kippur war unable to return to the life they knew before drifting into the Sinai Desert, beach, and Bedouin settlements, ancient temples, poppy and cannabis fields. Here of all places, in this nightmarish and fragmented world, with the shadow of war hanging over it, a gentle and touching love story is woven between a naive soldier and a mysterious young girl.  » more

ISBN: 965-90216-0-7

Tsur Shezaf - The Wife of the Lost Pilot

Tsur Shezaf
The Wife of the Lost Pilot

This is the story, told in two echoing voices, of an Israeli pilot whose plane was shot down in Lebanon and of his wife who was left alone. Will the pilot be rescued by the all knowing commando unit?  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2223-5

Ronen Sonis and Dory Manor - Thy Love to Me was Wonderful<br>An anthology of LGBT poetry

Ronen Sonis and Dory Manor
Thy Love to Me was Wonderful
An anthology of LGBT poetry

For the first time in Hebrew this anthology of LGBT poetry includes poems in the original Hebrew and in translation from the 10th century BC through today. This is not only a cornerstone...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-560-020-9

Yossi Sukari - Romantically Incorrect

Yossi Sukari
Romantically Incorrect

The bitter and ironic love affair of a Tel Aviv highschool teacher and her student. While the Israeli education system is on the verge of disintegrating, the two lovers reveal themselves, their loneliness, naivety...  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-2024-8

Amos Talshir - God Loves Me

Amos Talshir
God Loves Me

A romantic thriller around the implosion of the hi-tech bubble in the year 2000. Dean is a young charismatic hi-tech entrepreneur who lives mainly in his own imagination. This imagination breeds his startup, "the internet courting technology", trying to turn romance into money.  » more

ISBN: 978-965-13-1976-1

Zvi Triger - In Case of Emergency

Zvi Triger
In Case of Emergency

Against the backdrop of New York of the last five years, and in the shadow of the collapse of the World Trade Center, Shmuel, the narrator, draws an intimate map of his disasters. A mysterious bleeding leads to a series of medical exams, and uncovers the first step in a process of sex change. Lonely and confused in a foreign city, he desperately falls in love with a man who does not requite his love.  » more

ISBN: 965-7120-54-3

[ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] [ 7 ] [ 8 ] [ 9 ] [ 10 ]  [ 11 ] [ 12 ]  [ + ]

Array[authoramemakor] - Array[booknamemakor]


Many readers will probably consider Hagai Dagan's new novel The King Has No House to be an Israeli version, Jewish and intelligent, of the Da Vinci Code. One must read Dagan's book in order to understand how profound the difference is between these books. » more