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Anthony Carinhas is an award-winning author with a knack for staying unusually busy. Whether that's being a paralegal from the University of Texas at Austin, teaching creative writing workshops via Airbnb Experiences or clinching a certificate in the Science of Well-Being from Yale University on Coursera, there isn't a challenge he's not willing to confront. He loves cult films, dystopian stories, abstract art, industrial music, and boating whenever possible. He believes sunshine is the best medicine on long road trips because all journeys ease the deepest tensions. His deep love for naturopathic alternatives in health, staying away from television and drinking unfiltered ciders are all activities he's willing to lobby for. Fitness and nutrition are also staples in his everyday life just as much as writing is. As an open-minded individual, he loves unique adventure, all things nostalgic even when trendy, and fierce candid conversation in the hopes of enlightening peoples' lives.
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Sorrow's Garden: A Novel
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Overview


Well-known as a prominent architect and skillful editor in Leipzig, Germany. Ridicule succumbs Radulf into a trench of repulsion the more peoples' greediness is criticized. Ironically enough his own character is devoid of morals that the paradox isn't enough to curtail his opportunist style. But the further he looks to advance his agenda, the obsession turns hostile and his appetite for lust gives way to a new motive.
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Sorrow's Garden is an intriguing tale of manipulation. The novel chronicles the activities of Radulf, an architect and writer living in Germany, a man whose psyche is in a state of constant trauma about the fact that he has no real moral compass. He vents this frustration by viewing the world as a selfish place despite his success. In a kind of desire for revenge, Radulf perfects his skills of manipulation by gaining the trust of victims by exploiting their innocence and dreams with promise and illusion. Radulf's actions reveal shocking truths about the trusting nature of humanity and about our own perspectives on what's actually real in the world we live. A moving cautionary tale about a progressive-elitist on the prowl for nihilism.
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Overview


Well-known as a prominent architect and skillful editor in Leipzig, Germany. Ridicule succumbs Radulf into a trench of repulsion the more peoples' greediness is criticized. Ironically enough his own character is devoid of morals that the paradox isn't enough to curtail his opportunist style. But the further he looks to advance his agenda, the obsession turns hostile and his appetite for lust gives way to a new motive.

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Description


Sorrow's Garden is an intriguing tale of manipulation. The novel chronicles the activities of Radulf, an architect and writer living in Germany, a man whose psyche is in a state of constant trauma about the fact that he has no real moral compass. He vents this frustration by viewing the world as a selfish place despite his success. In a kind of desire for revenge, Radulf perfects his skills of manipulation by gaining the trust of victims by exploiting their innocence and dreams with promise and illusion. Radulf's actions reveal shocking truths about the trusting nature of humanity and about our own perspectives on what's actually real in the world we live. A moving cautionary tale about a progressive-elitist on the prowl for nihilism.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Thrillers

Language:English

Pages:366

eBook ISBN:9780578616995

Paperback ISBN:9780578616988


Overview


Well-known as a prominent architect and skillful editor in Leipzig, Germany. Ridicule succumbs Radulf into a trench of repulsion the more peoples' greediness is criticized. Ironically enough his own character is devoid of morals that the paradox isn't enough to curtail his opportunist style. But the further he looks to advance his agenda, the obsession turns hostile and his appetite for lust gives way to a new motive.

Read more

Description


Sorrow's Garden is an intriguing tale of manipulation. The novel chronicles the activities of Radulf, an architect and writer living in Germany, a man whose psyche is in a state of constant trauma about the fact that he has no real moral compass. He vents this frustration by viewing the world as a selfish place despite his success. In a kind of desire for revenge, Radulf perfects his skills of manipulation by gaining the trust of victims by exploiting their innocence and dreams with promise and illusion. Radulf's actions reveal shocking truths about the trusting nature of humanity and about our own perspectives on what's actually real in the world we live. A moving cautionary tale about a progressive-elitist on the prowl for nihilism.

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About the author


Anthony Carinhas is an award-winning author with a knack for staying unusually busy. Whether that's being a paralegal from the University of Texas at Austin, teaching creative writing workshops via Airbnb Experiences or clinching a certificate in the Science of Well-Being from Yale University on Coursera, there isn't a challenge he's not willing to confront. He loves cult films, dystopian stories, abstract art, industrial music, and boating whenever possible. He believes sunshine is the best medicine on long road trips because all journeys ease the deepest tensions. His deep love for naturopathic alternatives in health, staying away from television and drinking unfiltered ciders are all activities he's willing to lobby for. Fitness and nutrition are also staples in his everyday life just as much as writing is. As an open-minded individual, he loves unique adventure, all things nostalgic even when trendy, and fierce candid conversation in the hopes of enlightening peoples' lives.

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