Michael Stine reviewed Kino for the Berlin-based literary site Readux:

Fauth effectively brings forth a variety of worlds in the novel without slackening the pace of the frantic chase that summons them in the first place. He also deftly weaves the fictional world of Kino with the real-life world of Fritz Lang, producer Erich Pommer and Joseph Goebbels among many others, grounding the often unreal events of the novel in the similarly unreal events of what took place in the Germany and Hollywood of that time.

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