"Infected with HIV after the course of an intense liaison, one man discovers that passion is not a predictor of the future, while the other learns that guilt is a psychological destroyer" (BookLife Prize)
Career-driven, sometimes cynical Austin meets Noah, a Muslim man from the other side of town. One man wants it to work. The other doesn't know what he wants, except to find the next high.
A stunning debut novel by Jeremy Bradley-Silverio Donato, this book explores the inexplicable feelings that accompany the disintegration of relationships and the connections between cultural memory and identity.
My Memory Told Me a Secret is about the power of choice and the impact of culture, class, and socioeconomic status on two men whose lives intersect in devastating ways.