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Harper didn’t want to leave the library to take the temporary position at the Historical Society. There was something unsettling about the place, something sinister. She had no idea her presence there was about to trigger the escape of monstrous entities from a higher dimension, ones imprisoned there by their own kind decades ago.
Facing primordial horrors, Harper and her friends realize there have been alien gods in their midst all along, some closer than they ever could’ve believed.
Together, they must stop a cataclysm that even gods can’t walk away from.
Brian Fatah Steele has written numerous published stories and titles in the cosmic horror, urban fantasy, and science fiction realms, receiving high praise for his unique blend of terror and strange. Celestial Seepage is no different in its attempt to unnerve you.
A Note From the Publisher
Celestial Seepage is a short, cosmic horror novel.
"Brian Fatah Steele's work combines visceral reality with cosmic possibilities. Each story is layered with the unseen tendrils of humanity. And Celestial Seepage cements Brian's legacy." - Chuck Buda, Author of Tourniquet
Praise for Steele's previous works:
“A mighty solid read, one that feels heavily influenced by Clive Barker and features a welcome dose of Girl Power throughout.” – High Fever Books on Bleed Away the Sky “
A stellar collection of terror dancing with the strange.” – Michelle Garza, co-author of Mayan Blue on Your Arms Around Entropy “
While Steele mixes in enough ‘traditional’ alien elements, he also injects a special blend of evil and madness that creates a unique and oftentimes bleak cosmic horror piece.” – The Horror Bookshelf on There is Darkness in Every Room