E.O. Chirovici is an internationally bestselling author, known mainly for The Book of Mirrors, which is one of the most widely translated books currenty in print.
Born in Transylvania in a Romanian — Hungarian — German family, Eugen Ovidiu Chirovici made his literary debut with a collection of short stories and his first novel, The Massacre, sold over 100,000 copies. His writing spans both fiction and non-fiction, primarily economics, history, and international affairs.
After graduating the Romanian Academy of Economics, Eugene embarked on a professional career as a journalist, first running a daily newspaper and then a television station. He has published over 1,000 articles and is the author of several works of non-fiction, including Rumors That Changed the World: A History of Violence and Discrimination (Rowman and Littlefield, US, 2014) and Gods, Weapons & Money: The Puzzle of Power (Nortia Press, US, 2014). He currently holds three PhDs, in Communication, Economics, and History. Starting 2015, Eugene has dedicated himself solely to writing.