Chronicles from the End of the World show Costi Gurgu again in the position of a complex writer, master of a wide array of stylistic tools, able to mix in subtle dosages the reality and the imaginary of fantastic origin. The secret of his recipe seems to be a carousel of details that capture the warm and fuzzy human into an efervescent fusion with the mad and spectaculary superhuman. Such a performance can’t be achieved in the absence of a good quality humor and a detached autorial look over the things and situations found in each story.

Helion Magazine, Chronicles by Mircea Oprita, 2012