His 1982 collection A nagy kupola szégyene (The Shame of the Great Dome) deals with crime, punishment, and social isolation. Several of his novels are noted for their plots and ideas.
László L. Lőrincz (1939) is an orientalist, writer and translator. He studied history and Mongolian language and literature, spent years in the Far-East and published more than a hundred scientific articles on the subject.
Writing in different genres – sci-fi, detective and adventure stories, juvenile literature – under his own as well as pen-names, he is one of the most successful writers in Hungary. His works have been translated into several European languages.
His sci-fi novels and short stories earned him three book awards: the Galaktika, the Arany Meteor and the Zsoldos Péter Prize. His best-selling adventure novels combine educational scientific knowledge and experience with lively action.