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.