Reviews

  • "The Dud Avocado is a captivating and funny novel about a young American woman in Paris during the 50's… The heroine is enchanting – ambitious, brilliant and adventureous – and so are her whirlwind happenings in Paris. The author Elaine Dundee has succeeded in creating a revolutionary female character in 1950's – and even in today's terms." ("Haaretz") more…

  • Bitter -" Highly recommended because it is tragic and captivating, without falling into the trap of cliche sayings. An unforgettable book that will stay with you long after reading it." (Meira Barnea Goldberg, "Mako") more…

  • The Lost Letters of William Woolf  – "I loved the plot and protagonists. The book examines a couple's deteriorating relationship and courage in overcoming all odds.  A recommended read." (Hagit Ben Hur, "Book Parliament") more…

  • Bitter – "A must read for mothers to sons. Allow me to rephrase that, a must read for mothers. Full stop." ("Laisha") more…

  • Bitter – ""Impossible to put this novel down even in its heart wrenching parts." (Adi Salmor, "Atmosphere") more…

  • Bitter -"A touching and believable novel… moving, delicate and even suspenseful." (Arik Glessner, "Yedioth Aharonot")

  • "It is hard to believe that Bitter is the author's debut novel, it is so beautifully written and heartbreaking…. A superb and highly recommended read." (Aya Ibraheem, "Saloona") more…