Eugen Ovidiu Chirovici

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.