Symbolum Venatores by Ty'Ron Robinson II

The Gabriel Kane Collection

"He was there for them all."

Symbolum venatores


From Dracula, The Invisible Man, Phantom of the Opera, Zombies in Feudal Japan, and UFOs during the American Civil War, one man was there for them all.

This collection features ten stories throughout points in history where Gabriel Kane, a monster hunter and ufologist was present. From his youth and middle-age years, these accounts were his duty and his purpose.

Genre: FICTION / Horror

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy

Language: English

Keywords: Monster Hunter Stories, UFOs, Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Demons, Dark Fantasy Books

Word Count: 30199

Sample text:

Transylvania is a highly known location to the world. A place where people fear due to its known history of vampire tales. Now, in the mid-1800s, Gabriel Kane, a monster hunter and ufologist, highly known for his encounters with legendary beasts across the world. Kane is a man in his late forties, lean and gloomy, somewhat somber looking. His skin appeared pale with cold eyes. His face is shadowed by his hat. He is dressed entirely in black and is equipped with a weaponry that features a rapier, a dagger, a cutlass, a cross made of steel, and a pair of flintlock pistols.

The reason for Kane becoming a monster hunter and ufologist is the fact that he believes that he was abducted in his early days by extraterrestrials. Now, with that knowledge, Kane’s main goal in life is to rid the world of all evil in both legendary and extraterrestrials.

Kane, who’s now on the road, heading towards London. As he is heading there, he makes a stop upon Hertfordshire. Kane enters the small country town, seeing its residents and how they look at him with fear. Kane sees a small bar and enters it, leaving his bold black horse standing in front of the bar, tied to a pole. Kane walks into the bar, which is filled with mostly men and a few women. The people in the bar notice Kane and stare at him. Kane walks towards the bar and sits on a stool as the people continue to stare. Kane looks at the female bartender.

“May I have a glass of whiskey?’ Kane asked the bartender.

The bartender pulls out the whiskey bottle and pours it into a glass and hands the glass to Kane. Kane takes the glass and begins drinking the whiskey. As the bartender turns to put the glass away, Kane grunts, getting her attention.

“Leave the bottle here.’ Kane said. ‘If you please.’

“Yes sir.’ said the bartender as she leaves the bottle in front of Kane.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Leandro Brito
Already translated. Translated by Lia Garcia

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