No exaggeration, Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside is one of the most unique and unusual science fiction time travel books you will ever read!
This novel-length book is based upon actual events in real life. It all started when the author encountered a Navajo named Vincent who was hitchhiking on a lonely, isolated road a very long time ago.
The Science Fiction Time Travel Story Comes to You from the Moon
Look at the bara genre story told in the novel Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside:
The book is set two hundred or so years from the present day and follows the adventures of a group of time travelers who work on dangerous missions to change the past on Earth. All missions have the goal of changing what happened in years past so that in the future the self-destruction of human civilization is prevented. The novel is engaging right from the start and takes the readers on a thrilling adventure filled with twists and turns. Madeira Desouza’s storytelling has been compared the style and tone of Russell T Davies of Doctor Who and Torchwood fame on the BBC.
These young time travel agents in the story appear to be devious and deceitful, especially if you compare them to actual men you may know in the real world today. They are sent on missions to the past to force changes upon Earth history using sexual manipulation of everyday men who are not famous and whose names never appear in history books. These behaviors may seem to be immoral and sometimes violent if evaluated using the beliefs and values of the 21st century. But the international time travel agency known as MMDI has ambitious goals. If the time travel agents fail to change the past on Earth human civilization will descend into chaos and self-destruction in the 26th century.
The characters in the book constantly find themselves in dangerous situations, trying to survive against all odds. The author does a strongly credible job of capturing the sense of fear and uncertainty that pervades the atmosphere in these moments. The characters’ struggles to survive are portrayed realistically, and the scenes are vividly described, encouraging the readers to imagine what people might be like in the 23rd century.
The time travel agents are muscular and masculine gay males who were born on Earth but work for a top-secret time travel agency codenamed MMDI (the initials for “Moon Men Deep Inside.”) Gay men are deployed exclusively by the agency because of the need for MMDI time travel agents to succeed in the sexual manipulation of men in the past on Earth as an integral part of their top-secret missions. While gay agents can pretend to be straight if they need is to sexually manipulate females in the past on Earth, straight men are not hired by the agency because straight men cannot succeed at sexually manipulating fellow males convincingly. Time travel agents live in a huge base situated down deep inside the moon below the floor of the lunar crater Clavius.
The plot of the book is filled with suspense, and the pacing is excellent. This keeps the reader invested in the story from the beginning until the end. The attention to detail is impressive, and the author’s vivid descriptions of the lunar environment and locations on Earth in the past give readers much to stimulate their imaginations.
One of the main strengths of the book is its writing style. The author paints a vivid picture of the setting, and his descriptions of the environment and characters are nuanced and detailed. Desouza’s narrative style keeps the reader engaged and interested in the story. The language used in the book is straightforward, yet powerful, and conveys the necessary emotions effectively.
As to the characters, themselves, if compared to today’s behavioral norms, these young men may appear to be devious and deceitful. They use time travel to the past time as a means to force changes upon Earth history to alter how the future turns out. The racially diverse time travel agents may seem to be immoral and sometimes violent. But for them, the outcome of changing the future justifies all that they do. Repairing and rearranging timelines in the past is how they attempt to prevent human civilization from descending into chaos and self-destruction in the future.
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