Beyond the Lighthouse at the End of the Worlds, The Never Ending Library and The Dava of the Gods are stories of a distinct strangeness, that combine in a unique way SF themes and elements with dynamic action meant to captivate the reader and ingredients of a mythology invented by the author rather than borrowed from real mythologies. Costi Gurgu tends more and more to exploit a genre of his own, that’s closer to weird fiction (combining weird elements with serious meditation about the meaning of the world) than to SF or Fantasy.

Nautilus Magazine, Plagues, Angels and Other Things by Liviu Radu, 2011