If you are considering a new life in Israel then Toto, I Don’t Think We Are in Golders Green Anymore is essential reading. This is an often humorous account about becoming a Jew and moving to Israel as a new immigrant. It is also the story of a relationship that didn't quite work out and about being gay in Israel. This book will give you a feeling for what it is really like to live in Israel; experience the sights, smells, tastes, the blood-vessel-popping frustration and the exhilaration of Aliyah. Meet a host of lovable characters such as cockroach-chomping kittens, snarling nudists, and ferocious rubber-stamp-wielding clerks with pig-stunning BO. The book explores Israeli norms and attitudes and describes places, politics and everyday experiences through English eyes.