"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 Sataniclove-child, it would probably write like Will Ferguson. That is, itwould be observant, attitudinal, occasionally offensive andfunny."
Los Angeles Times
"The Brash Young Writer this country has needed for a longtime."
"Will Ferguson is a talent. He writes refreshingly,provocatively and sometimes eloquently."
"Ferguson possesses a crafty eye for detail, not to mention ahighly developed understanding of the essential folly in whatpasses for everyday life."
"[Ferguson] is the quintessential Canadian. He's as Canadian astoques and five percent beer....A Canadian's Canadian."
Praise for Why I Hate Canadians:
"An entirely digestible skewering of our nationalbedrock."
"Funny and abrasive...Ferguson does not try to please everyone,a rather un-Canadian approach, and that's just one of the reasonshis 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 theway an older brother shows his love for a youngersibling—with a wedgie."
"...reverent, incisive, and informative...I give it a resoundingfive out of five maple leafs."
"A smooth read...Ferguson is both insightful andhilarious."
Georgia Straight (Vancouver)
Praise for Bastards & Boneheads: Canada's GloriousLeaders Past and Present:
"Ferguson...[gives us] an utterly hilarious tour of ourhistorical contradictions."
"Don't be fooled. Beneath the campy rhetoric lies a serious andimpressively researched narrative of the pivotal events in Canadianhistory."
"Ferguson is Canada's myth-buster extraordinaire....His writingis concise, easily digestible, humourous, dramatic, frank, andsometimes shocking."
-New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal
"Lively, knowledgeable, opinionated, disrespectful, debatableand immensely readable."
"A rip-snorting, rib-tickling, white water ride through thiscountry's rich history of outrageous political scandals."
See Magazine (Edmonton)
"Who says Canadian history isn't fun?"