eBooks West

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Since their amalgamation in January 2012 Crusader eBooks is an imprint of the Western Australian epublishing house, eBooks West.

Their goal is to produce digital editions of the finest quality, and persuade the world that their reading can only be enhanced by the unprecedented interactivity with text and graphics enabled by mobile tablet readers.

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A Somewhat Different Life
By Tom Fisher
Price: $7.20 USD. Words: 68,460. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2013 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
Highly erotic yet at once intensely heart-moving, 'A Somewhat Different Life' traces the career of Jim Harris, afflicted with a lone, detached writer’s mind and a kind heart, from his own bush childhood through the loss of virginity of his soul-friend Lauro; unknowing heir to a minor Italian castle, then in turn the hippy indigo child Bhavah, and finally the lost part-Aboriginal ward Daniel.
The Black Cats Brotherhood
By Lucian Amarii
Price: $9.60 USD. Words: 190. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2013 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
English language edition of the winning entry in the Sandu Florea Award for the Best Romanian Comic 2010, SuperCostel and the Black Cats Brotherhood is an hilarious yet heartwarming send-up on terrorism and global paranoia. A must buy!
The Missing Revolution
By ShaiTubali
Price: $10.80 USD. Words: 27,560. Language: English. Published: March 4, 2013 by eBooks West. Category: Nonfiction
Among other revolutions, the 20th century brought forth the great revolution of the New Age movement. Why didn't it evolve further into its even bolder, more enlightening and liberating stages? This manifesto draws the outlines of the crisis and the challenge of the New Age movement, offering a way out and up – towards an authentic and mature spirituality for a Western world of the 21st century.
The Boy Runners and the Deargbeithíoch
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $4.80 USD. Words: 31,050. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2013 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
In this young adult neopagan supernatural fantasy rewrite of Edmund Spenser’s Elizabethan poem 'The Faerie Queene', nine young Irish boys in 11th Century Leinster were made precocious through elven magic, and trained as message runners.
The Celtic Circle
By Evelyn Arslan
Price: $5.40 USD. Words: 22,320. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
On a windswept coast, not far from Lindisfarne, a small Celtic community have found security. Did the gods lead them there? A dying grandmother struggles to recite their tale, which is then seen through the eyes of younger characters.
PodWarp
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $3.60 USD. Words: 12,380. Language: English. Published: March 9, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
The three-part Podwarp series is a coming-of-age story about a great techno-dystopian city enclosed in an energy shield, in contrast with the rough outside life of gaucho villagers who work to feed the place. One podling boy, solxv98fg6, nicknamed Sola, learns to turn his brain implant down and assert his own thoughts. He forgets to log into the System and the Pod thinks he’s been processed.
The Hunt for Barney
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,210. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
A short fun-fantasy of a boy being hunted by the Egyptian God Anubis and his baying hounds while out skateboarding, until aided by winged Horus he escapes through a violent cyclone and wins his bet.
The Golden Apple Tree
By Ana Herrera Clark
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 3,750. Language: English. Published: February 18, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
The Golden Apple Tree is a new take on Cinderella like you will never believe. This girl’s name is Muriel, and her story is full of strange and eccentric characters that turn the traditional tale on its head. You never met two ugly sisters like these before, or such lovably weird creatures sent by the good fairy to help. Ana Herrera Clark’s work is so charming and magical, it sparkles.
The Safe House
By Tom Fisher
Price: $5.95 USD. Words: 34,990. Language: English. Published: February 7, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
Alex and his Aboriginal blood-brother Peter run into new friends when they arrive in the West to start University. They meet Nicolas with his two wives and one husband, the Asperger's kid too handsome for his own good, but something is seriously not right.
An Easy Guide to Making Leather at Home
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,460. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Nonfiction
A easy, straightforward guide for Permaculturists and hobbyists on converting animal skins to useful leather products at home.
Economically Useful Plants for Northern Australia
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 3,990. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Nonfiction
An important master list of hundreds economically useful native plants for northern Australia, catalogued as wet areas and aquatic plants, ground storey grass and shrubs, middle storey bushes and trees, and upper storey trees.
Educating Nicolas
By Tom Fisher
Price: $9.70 USD. Words: 82,700. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
Handsome and intelligent Nicolas was a mistake, so his mother says, and he is beaten and neglected until an eccentric old man with a speech impediment arrives in a truck and changes his life.
Outbound
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $5.60 USD. Words: 32,540. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
A strange white boy arrives suddenly in a remote outback community, driving an old truck with a dead body in the back and a fortune in gems stashed under the chassis. Who is he, and what is he doing way out there?
The Inheritor
By Gil Hardwick
Price: $9.40 USD. Words: 78,230. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2012 by eBooks West. Category: Fiction
The tale of a shy, dreamy 12 year-old who suddenly discovers that he is heir to a vast outback cattle empire.


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Smashwords book reviews by eBooks West

  • Milk and Oranges on Feb. 23, 2012
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    It may be a culture and gender difference, even for a work styled as 'women's fiction, but I found these stories gossipy and ingenuous. I don't believe most women, or women outside a certain limited bourgeoisie would find it especially entertaining. Adventure travel to different cultures and places, and close engagement with a much broader range of personalities would help fill out this writer.