We adored this fantastic review of Eugen Bacon’s CLAIMING T-MO, by Andromeda Spaceways reviewer Tim Conder! Snag a copy of the magazine below for the full review.

Claiming T-Mo is an excellent piece of experimental fiction. It is both
beautiful and engaging and provokes a genuine emotional reaction in the reader. While this novel breaks from the traditional conventions of science fiction, the manner in which it reimagines the genre brings a unique and compelling voice to the story. I would recommend it for both readers of literary fiction interested in exploring a more speculative genre and for readers of science fiction who are looking for an emotional and literary experience full of original ideas.

Claiming T-Mo

Claiming T-Mo

In this lush interplanetary tale, an immortal priest flouts the conventions of a matriarchal society by choosing a name for his child. The act initiates chaos that splits the boy in two, unleashing a Jekyll-and-Hyde child upon the universe: named T-Mo by his mother and Odysseus by his father. The story unfolds through the eyes of these three distinctive women: Silhouette, Salem and Myra - mother, wife, and daughter. As they struggle to confront their fears and navigate the treacherous paths to love and accept T-Mo/Odysseus and themselves, the darkness in Odysseus urges them to unbearable choices that threaten their very existence.

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