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From the Publisher". . . this novel offers an interesting glimpse into a pivotal period in Canadian history. . . Interwoven into the tale are numerous Canadian historical personalities, such as John A. MacDonald, William Lyon Mackenzie, and Bishop Strachan, who lend a sense of realism to the narrative. Readers will also appreciate the two major subplots, which include romance and buried treasure. The author's familiarity with both the history and geography of southeastern Ontario is strongly reflected throughout the book."
— School Library Journal
"Connie Brummel Crook knows how to tell a good story. . . [Meyers' Rebellion] is very well written, and throughout, the reader is tantalized."
— CM Magazine
"Crook brings us an action-packed story full of historical details about real people… The characters are strong and independent, holding to their beliefs as they become involved in the 1837 Rebellion in Upper Canada".
— From the Geoffrey Bilson Award jury
"An exciting account of how one family of boys gets involved in the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837, the skirmishes, trying to escape being captured and trying to get a brother out of Kingston prison. Fast moving."
— Burnaby Now