"Kevin Breaux takes no prisoners! This is raw, funny, edgy, unapologetic and highly weird. Buckle up." -Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling author of Patient Zero and Kill Switch.
"Soul Born is a fantastic page-turning beginning to author Kevin Breaux’s fantasy trilogy." --Douglas Cobb, Book Spot Central
""Soul Born" is a fast paced and fun world of fantasy, highly recommended reading." --Midwest Book Review
"Soul Born is a fascinating chronicle of the battle between good and evil, the forces of nature pitted against the corruptive elements of excessive power." --Bitten By Books
"With Soul Born, Kevin James Breaux carves out his own fresh turf in the world of dark high fantasy." --Gregory Frost, author of SHADOWBRIDGE
"Kevin Breaux has a unique style: bold, funny, aggressive and dynamic. SOUL BORN is a rollicking high fantasy adventure!" --NY Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry
"Kevin is a very talented author but more importantly he stops you feeling like a geek whilst reading fantasy... he really is one of those authors that make you think; 'Damn Fantasy is Cool'. --Fantasy Faction
"One of the best fantasy novels I've read!...I am now officially obsessed with all things Soul Born!" --Kiki The Caffeinated Diva Blog
"The characters are full bodied, they have their own quirks and perhaps most notably the plot line has an almost organic development feel to it." --Gareth Wilson of Falcata Times. (about Soul Born)
"Kevin is both a storyteller and an artist, and that's evident in the art he creates: every picture tells a story that is both complex and subtle. I highly recommend him." --Jonathan Maberry author and Bram Stoker Award winner.
"In “Dead Man’s Party,” Kevin Breaux draws such a realistic picture, I could imagine the macabre outcome to be the logical aftermath of cocaine induced hallucinations. There is more science in this story than in a traditional urban fantasy. Breaux takes a look at the current problem of microbial resistance and mutation and extrapolates it in a logical fashion (zombies notwithstanding), with no expository lumps. It suspended my disbelief." --Carole Ann Moleti
"A Way to a Man's Heart. It's well written, engaging and amusing." --Jean Goldstrom, Editor