The Devil I Paid for Advice is about big egos and a twisted belief system; it’s about the wrong and right ways to break free off abusive relationships; it’s about dreaming the pleasure of the revenge and drinking its bitterness; it’s about love and power and control; it’s about the choice to use a bitter word instead of a sweet one.
The novel is built with many characters, whose stories intertwine with each other when the conflict is born.
Despite the Albanian setting, this doesn’t necessarily have to be an Albanian story, and the readers will discover this in the pages of the novel.
From the first few pages, The Devil I Paid For Advice impresses and surprises, it lures the reader in and forces her to read it in one breath. – Agron Shele, Writer, Poet, Essayist, Poetry of Galaxy Atunis
The Devil I Paid For Advice is published in three formats: Hard Cover, Paperback and e-Book.