Alzmek: The Fictional Memoir of a Tainte
AIDS in the 21st century is successful, intelligent and drop-dead gorgeous! A quarter of a century has past, and AIDS is deadlier than ever. Sebastian Alzmek has it all, influence, power, beauty and AIDS. He lives in this country just like his viral load, totally undetectable. He prowls the technological superhighways, crowded nightclubs and streets, searching for new victims - just like you. Somewhere in that time, the lines between negative and positive have blurred, and now they blend. This fictional memoir takes you into 21st century San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles, where the frail face of AIDS has changed; the present-day vision is both alluring and beautiful. The victims are no longer the people living with HIV/AIDS, but rather the innocent, unsuspecting public. Sebastian Alzmek's poisonous veins have turned him into a serial killer; yet all he touches turns to gold, with his envious smile, perfect physique, multimillion dollar estate and lucrative PR firm. His is one of this country's most influential men. ALZMEK - THE FICTIONAL MEMOIR OF A TAINTED LIFE embarks on the ignorance of our time, a time where awareness and education is at sub-zero. No one is safe. Men, women and even children are at risk because AIDS awareness today is no longer trendy; it is simply out of style. This story unveils a cast of characters who have to live with the ramifications of Sebastian's choices in this life and the afterlife. The cause and effect of the urban legend known as Sebastian live far beyond his years. This fictional memoir of a tainted life shows the pain behind a beautiful smile, written by the only man in the world who got away with being the perfect murderer. Even when convicted, you have to ask yourself, "Who are the real victims?"