Aichje Books

Publisher info

Aichje Books, which is owned and managed by author Brian H Jones, publishes in Goulburn, NSW, Australia. Goulburn is an historical country town close to Canberra, the nation's capital. Brian and his wife, Marie, established Aichje Books during 2010 to self-publish their books. Recently, on request and to spread its wings, Aichje Books published 'Sixteen Thousand and One Nights' by Barry Norman.

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The Heights of Kerina
By Brian H Jones
Price: Free! Words: 97,900. Language: English. Published: October 14, 2013 by Aichje Books. Category: Fiction
Kerina is under attack and partly occupied by its ancient enemies, its king is corrupt and inept, the army is in disarray, confidence is waning, disunity is growing...How can the nation’s pride, integrity, and security be restored? Two former shepherd boys driven by determination, bravery and patriotism, lead their nation from dereliction to greatness. But the price is high--very high.
To Dream Again
By Brian H Jones
Price: Free! Words: 100,360. Language: English. Published: October 3, 2010 by Aichje Books. Category: Fiction
Rivals at school and rivals in love, Kerem and Nozam take opposing paths during the war of liberation that ignites their country. When Kerem returns from exile, Sanomi, the love of his youth, leaves Nozam for Kerem and together they witness Nozam's disintegration and the betrayal of a nation’s dreams.
Sixteen Thousand and One Nights
By Barry Norman
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 39,760. Language: English. Published: September 17, 2010 by Aichje Books. Category: Nonfiction
0.75 star(3.67)
Have you read ‘Just Do It?’ (sex every day for three months) and ‘365 Nights: A Memoir of Intimacy’ (sex every day for one year)? How about a couple having sex on average at least once every day for 44 years? Barry and Monica did just that. Their saga easily surpasses sex every day for 3 months, and it outpaces sex every day for one year. Read it here, at one-sixth the cost of those books.
Dangerous Journey
By Marie Harlech-Jones
Price: Free! Words: 17,850. Language: English. Published: June 14, 2010 by Aichje Books. Category: Nonfiction
Do you have breast cancer, do you know someone who does, or do you wonder how you might deal with it? The author reflects on how it affected her at various stages of diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. She also reflects on the reactions of friends and family members, including the effects on her marriage. 'Dangerous Journey' is intended to offer insights, support, courage and inspiration.
Around Rakaposhi
By Brian H Jones
Price: Free! Words: 53,810. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2010 by Aichje Books. Category: Nonfiction
The western Himalayas and the Karakoram range – earthquakes – landslides – the world’s highest paved international highway (dangerous, too) - ethnic tensions – ancient cultures – staggering beauty: 'Around Rakaposhi' is an account of two and a half years of living, working, and travelling among the Muslim people of the remote yet politically sensitive regions of 'Pakistani Kashmir'.
A Mixture of Metals
By Brian H Jones
Price: Free! Words: 88,580. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2010 by Aichje Books. Category: Fiction
Born after the War of Restitution, Simora sets out to investigate the faceless forces that control him and the rest of Society. An affair with a barbarian, Mary, lands him in the gulag called the Colony. Finally, in the Settlement of the Guardians, Simora learns why his mother disappeared. But other questions remain, including Mary's fate. In spite of all, his love for her never diminishes.

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Smashwords book reviews by Aichje Books

  • Nostradormouse on July 28, 2010
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    This book reminds me of Aesop's Fables. It is a very good read and a lovely way to explain the Bear Stars. This is a very versatile book because, while adults will enjoy it, it will appeal across a wide range of ages and will also serve very well as bedtime reading for children. However, I do have one suggestion for improvement, which is that some of the line spacing needs to be regularised. Finally, I have a small suggestion -- in one place an ampersand (&) is used and, for professional appearance, it needs to be replaced with the full word. In summary, I enjoyed the book and will recommend it to others. (This review was written by Marie Harlech-Jones, author of 'Dangerous Journey' on Smashwords.)
  • Priestesses on July 28, 2010
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    'Priestesses' is a book with a moral purpose. If that sounds dull, consider this: as the author says in his foreword to the book, his concern is 'how to locate and orient on our proper desire, including our sexual desire.' In brief, that is the concern of the two 'priestesses' who are the central characters of the book. It is that concern that raises this book far above the normal run of erotica, which is usually mechanistic and predictable. (And boring!) As a result, 'Priestesses' is intellectually stimulating, guiding the reader to think about sex and sex in relationships -- including the variety of ways in which it may be manifested -- in the context of its vital importance to our happiness and sense of well-being. One of the strengths of the book is the strong depiction of the two central characters, who are vivid and believable, as well as being attractive in their compassion and understanding. Another strength is the fact that the situations with which they are confronted, all arising from some or other shortcoming in desire in a relationship, are not only true to life but are interesting and well portrayed. In other words, each one is an enjoyable and skilfully constructed narrative. A further strength of the book is that it is well written, well edited, and well presented. It is the product of a serious, competent, and committed writer. My only criticism of 'Priestesses' is that, as explained by the author, it contains material that is also found in his book, 'A Dash of Spice'. This makes it awkward for readers of both books, especially as it is likely that, having enjoyed one, a reader will probably read the other one soon afterwards. Is there a way out of this? I don't know... In summary, 'Priestesses' is well written and stimulating. Highly recommended!