“This book is not an exorcism,” the narrator warns. Nor is it a confessional story or a lamentation. "This book is a declaration of friendship, written on behalf of my demons.” With poignant lucidity, the narrator reflects on the nature of addiction in Mexico at the turn of the century, in which one can already anticipate the social debacle caused by drugs. Among deep reflections on Buddhism, psychoanalysis and philosophy, each chapters is a tribute to Depeche Mode's most emblematic album, Violator. To fully understand it, readers must enter this story ready to open their senses to new experiences.