“Aykut Ertuğrul writes stories with deep roots. He resembles a traveler wandering in between times. He likes heroes; probably he is a hero, that’s how he hides his gallantry. He is adept in this enough to make his sword look like a pen.”
“His stories form a wonderful circle that shouts you to go forward yet makes you return; that makes you move by telling you to stop; that makes you speak by silencing you. Eventually, the voice of meaning keeps echoing at the eternity
of the beginnings like an avalanche atop the summit waiting to be fall on the readers.
“Aykut Ertuğrul is a narrator ‘truly open for innovations’ so to speak. No, he doesn’t like to surprise you; he rather makes you a constant part of his own surprise, his astonishment.”