Gregory Alan Burhoe books in order
Gregory Alan Burhoe is a Canadian writer of Fantasy and Historical Fiction.
Born in Liverpool, Canada, Gregory has been passionate about storytelling from a very young age, so much that he was already writing and illustrating comic books by the time he was aged six.
Inspired by the likes of Charles Dickens, Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, Neil Gaiman, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis and Ursula Le Guin, he began writing short stories and novels by age fourteen, and had a number of draft manuscripts by the time he was seventeen.
After spending years in theatre, work pursuits, and travel, he finally self-published his first book, Sector Storm, in 2014.
Gregory currently lives in Moncton.
Genres: Fantasy / SF, Historical Fiction
- Elves of the White Oaks (2014)
- Jimmy's Fat Flamingo (2018)
- Scribe (2019)
- Vendetta Ride: The True Story Of Wyatt Earp (2019)
- Sector Storm (2014)
- Peril (2015)
- Sick Nick (2014)
Detailed book overview
The Trilmurn are the Elvin Protectors of the White Oaks, the spiritual heart of Naeda.
When an outlaw sorceress plots to disrupt the forest’s natural power and rebuild the world according to her own will, a young Trilmurn named Aulina rallies three of her comrades to go on a dangerous adventure into unknown lands.
Their mission there is to acquire everything they can about the crafty operations of the evil sorceress whose only intention is to suppress their sacred kingdom.
Jimmy neither wants to work nor get an education. A free spirit who only follows his heart, he believes that the world would be a better place if only everyone learnt from his wisdom.
His carefree life however comes to a sudden halt when he crosses path with the stunning Jessica Hale. Although he falls stupidly in love with her, Jessica doesn’t want anything to do with him.
Determined to dazzle her, he convinces his wealthy uncle to acquire an upscale restaurant. Having rolled up his sleeves, Jimmy is out to prove that he can be a responsible restaurateur.
And with the help of his friends, he prepares the establishment for a media-hyped re-launch.
Will he succeed and win her heart or fail and lose her forever?
“In another world. Another time. Humankind has fallen.”
The great evil, an incredibly mighty deity which obliterated humankind, awaits the destruction of the few who are still alive.
Alone and cut off from their once-flourishing culture, they are hunted by bloodthirsty creatures known as Adlets.
They are both protected and trapped in a city castle.
Separated from their loved ones, they are simply left to die.
Nonetheless, there is always hope where leads a scribe.
Americas is still young. A criminal enterprise fights to control the politics, newspapers and justice system of Arizona.
Some are thoughtless outlaws who follow no rules other than their own, while others are captains of industry, establishing family empires through treachery and outright theft. They like to call themselves the Cowboys.
Lawman, outlaw and vigilante, there are not many people who can pin down Wyatt Earp.
Having ran away from his dark past, he wanders into wild boomtowns searching for wealth, true love and adventure.
But just when he is about to fulfill his dreams, Wyatt and his brothers find themselves at loggerheads with the criminal elite.
Will Wyatt’s desperate search for justice see him lose everything?
In a galaxy rife with endless war, an unbelievable discovery on a distant world threatens to destroy the old allegiances. If this happens, entire civilizations, religions and philosophies would fall to their knees.
The power to destroy the universe, as it were, doesn’t lie in the hands of visionaries or scientists—but with a band of rogues who will do whatever it takes to acquire a fortune unlike anything they have ever dreamt of.
"What’s real and what’s not?”
Chris Walker manages a small real estate agency in his home town of Stony Hills, Rhode Island.
His profane life begins to untangle when his business partner introduces him to a rich client named Nick; a guy who claims to know him from their childhood.
Even more shocking is how he reminds Chris of things which he thought were fantasies or nightmares.
As Chris becomes more detached from reality, he struggles to protect his childhood friends from Nick who is determined to acquire a special gift they were given way back.