Madeira Desouza mashes up the bara underground art genre with science fiction time travel adventures.
This mashup of the bara underground art genre with science fiction time travel adventures literally creates an out of this world experience for readers. Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside by Las Vegas author Madeira Desouza evades comparison with other science fiction storytelling you may have encountered. A gritty, quasi-militaristic time travel agency located beneath the crater Clavius on the moon sends agents on missions to the past on Earth. The agency’s only goal is to change timelines in history to prevent a self-destruction of human civilization during the 23rd century. The bara genre adds a rich dimension of gay male same-sex behaviors in which masculine male characters behave in realistically aggressive, not romanticized, interactions. Time-travel agents use sexual manipulation of men as a dependable tactic to alter the outcomes of history.
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Book Information:Title: Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside (Special Edition)
Author: Madeira Desouza
Publisher: independently published; sold on Amazon
Release date: August 23, 2020
Cover artist: Madeira Desouza
Buy on Amazon: downloadable eBook | paperback book version
Genre: Sci-fi, time travel
Pairing: man-on-man sexual encounters
Tags: gay, masculine men, bara genre
Length: approx. 185,400 words
Warnings: violence, aggressive gay men, bara genre
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