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"Eminently readable and entertaining."
"Pierre Berton with attitude."
"If Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) and P.J. O'Rourke (Holidays in Hell) ever had an extraterrestrial Satanic love-child, it would probably write like Will Ferguson. That is, it would be observant, attitudinal, occasionally offensive and funny."
--Los Angeles Times
"The Brash Young Writer this country has needed for a long time."
"Will Ferguson is a talent. He writes refreshingly, provocatively and sometimes eloquently."
"Ferguson possesses a crafty eye for detail, not to mention a highly developed understanding of the essential folly in what passes for everyday life."
"[Ferguson] is the quintessential Canadian. He's as Canadian as toques and five percent beer....A Canadian's Canadian."
Praise for Why I Hate Canadians:
"An entirely digestible skewering of our national bedrock."
"Funny and abrasive...Ferguson does not try to please everyone, a rather un-Canadian approach, and that's just one of the reasons his book is so much fun to read."
--Halifax Daily News
"A wickedly funny book!"
--Fredericton Daily Gleaner
"Aggressively patriotic...Ferguson show his love for Canada the way an older brother shows his love for a younger sibling—with a wedgie."
"...reverent, incisive, and informative...I give it a resounding five out of five maple leafs."
"A smooth read...Ferguson is both insightful and hilarious."
--Georgia Straight (Vancouver)
Praise for Bastards & Boneheads: Canada's Glorious Leaders Past and Present:
"Ferguson...[gives us] an utterly hilarious tour of our historical contradictions."
"Don't be fooled. Beneath the campy rhetoric lies a serious and impressively researched narrative of the pivotal events in Canadian history."
"Ferguson is Canada's myth-buster extraordinaire....His writing is concise, easily digestible, humourous, dramatic, frank, and sometimes shocking."
---New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal
"Lively, knowledgeable, opinionated, disrespectful, debatable and immensely readable."
"A rip-snorting, rib-tickling, white water ride through this country's rich history of outrageous political scandals."
--See Magazine (Edmonton)
"Who says Canadian history isn't fun?"
--Ottawa Citizen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Nice book, it goes very straight to the information that you need, of course not longs explanations, but I really like it.Published 1 month ago by Marilyn Rojas
Don't know yet, this is an Xmas Gift. Same for the World History book.Published 7 months ago by m. keller
A great read! Lots of excellent information without getting bogged down in uber detail. It sparked my curiosity on many topics and I looked further into those.Published 8 months ago by Norman Lloyd
I an currently reading this book, so far it is interesting and has my attention.Published 9 months ago by Nora Lande
Should be a part of every high school curriculum. It's a shame that I have to learn about my country from this book. Excellent easy to read and full of great facts.Published 10 months ago by Mikhail Tolstoy
Just arrived Canada as immigrant, and decided to read this to know the country. A must read for anyone who comes here.Published 10 months ago by Rodrigo Pereira Teixeira
The simplicity of language makes it good reading. it is not a boring summery of the
past, am right now reading it for the second time.. Read more
This book was easy to read and informative. I recommend it to anyone who wants to brush up on their Canadian History.Published on March 23 2013 by Leslie Saunders