Tales of the Devil - Authentic, Instructive, Admonitory & True, Hardback - 165 pages,Translated into English : by Ghulam Mustafa Mustafvi. An excellent book, containing over 75 stories of how the accursed Satan, tricked the simple people and tried to mislead the pious Wali-Allah [Freinds of Allah]. Each tale contains a summary, so lessons can be learnt and acted upon.References Cited: Narrations from ahadith, tafseer and the famous and classical book collections of Islam. Ideal for parents home tuition, for class or group sittings, etc.
To an extent, knowing how to beat the shaytaan is part of our Fard ul Ayn. This book, is a DEEP book. It opens your eyes, and makes you reflect on what has happened in your past, and what COULD happen to you, or what you could face in the future. After each story, there is a lesson part, what we can take forward in our lives. I give it four stars, and not 5 because the English language translation tends to miss out a few words, that may confuse the reader, hence its from Pakistan, Lahore. But the print is perfect.