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John Fraser’s insightful and well written study illuminates the role of the crown in all aspects of Canadian life and provides convincing arguments in support of continued ties with the constitutional monarchy. (Carolyn Harris Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian 2012-03-14)
Fraser captures the personal allure of majesty ... (Mike Landry Telegraph Journal 2012-03-17)
... buoyant and good-humoured ... (Philip Marchand National Post 2012-03-30)
... an amiable slice of Diamond Jubilee cake. (Ron Robinson Winnipeg Free Press 2012-05-12)
... it is Fraser’s personal lifelong romance with the Queen and the monarchy that emerges as the charming heart of this delightful book. (Barbara Kay National Post 2012-04-27)
... entertaining ... [a] confection of personal reminiscence, well-chosen historical vignettes and gossipy anecdotes. (Elizabeth Grove-White Globe and Mail 2012-05-08)
... an invaluable opportunity to learn about a certain form of Canadian monarchism that has, it seems, gained a new lease on life ... stocked with human portraits of royal figures [and] deeply personal memories ... (Mark McConaghy Toronto Review of Books 2012-05-08)
Fraser provides insightful commentary ... [his] anecdotes are suffused with the excitement of a dedicated royal watcher ... (Bianca Spence Quill and Quire 2012-05-01)
John Fraser, CM, is a Canadian journalist, author, and academic, who has served as Master of Massey College at University of Toronto since 1995. As a journalist, he has received multiple national awards, and his work has been published in many of the leading international newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Maclean’s, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, Paris Match, and New Republic. He is the author of six works of nonfiction and one novel. In 2011, he was appointed as a member of the Order of Canada. John lives in Toronto.