Ted Glenn’s book brings a largely forgotten tale to life in a fine and exuberant style.
J.L. Granatstein, author of Canada’s Army: Waging War and Keeping the Peace
A fascinating account of life on the edge. Embedded encourages us to rethink the drama of imperial expansion. A great read.
Jeremy Black, author of Imperial Legacies
Embedded offers an accessible narrative...like the readers of the Globe and the Daily Telegraph, [readers will] follow the journey, feel the excitement and dread of running rapids, traversing rivers, forests, and lakes and fleeing and fighting fires.
Bettina Bradbury, Professor Emeritus York University
Masterful weaving of the voices of Cunningham, St. John and Ranoe... Glenn's history brings forth a truly remarkable story.
Winnipeg Free Press
Black-and-white illustrations and photographs bring the key personalities and various scenarios to life, while a fascinating appendix that profiles some of the artists who travelled with the expedition is worthy of its own book.