Originally Posted by Bookpossum
I would like to nominate A Tale of Love and Darkness by Amos Oz. From Goodreads:
Ha - I was looking at that one myself until I realised it was a non-fiction book. I was also looking at a couple of his novels that involve kibbutz. I think it would be fascinating to read something set in a kibbutz. But I looked into Elsewhere, Perhaps
and realised I'd be spending too much to read it.
I can at least find A Tale of Love and Darkness
in a library even if I'm not particularly interested in biographies. At least it will cover kibbutz.
I'm going to second this one.