"The next time you hear a woman apologetically say, 'I'm a feminist, but...', give her this book. Feminists are no longer arrested, pelted with rotten fruit or incited to blow up public monuments. For that, thank women like Gert Harding."
Heather Robertson, The Globe and Mail
"Most intriguing is the juxtaposition of Harding's personal perspective with Wilson's concise, clearly written history of women's increasingly desperate, unprecedented push for the vote in Great Britain.
"Wilson's first book, from one of Canada's oldest small presses, deserves a standing ovation."
The Ottawa Citizen
"Wilson has written a good book about the life and times of Gertrude Harding...Wilson has employed a clever technique in presenting Gertrude Harding's own memoirs, which permits Gertrude to tell her own story, so far as possible. Extensive quotation from other major figures is also effective: it completes the reader's understanding of Gertrude Harding."
Gillian Thompson, "The New Brunswick Reader"
"Sometimes it seems as if all the good stories have been told. The recent biography of Gertrude Harding...proves, however that our past still holds many narrative treasures."
Atlantic Books Today
"An excellent biography.... Harding's own writing is lively and full of humour; Wilson manages to fill in the historical context without ever losing sight of the flow of the narrative."
Maria Kubacki's "Top 10 Books; Some of the best are right here in Canada"
"With All Her Might is a fascinating story and Gert Harding is a fascinating heroine."
The Daily Gleaner
"With All Her Might is far from just another feminist biography. For readers wanting to expand their knowledge of 20th century politics and social history, it's a great read and a keeper as an excellent reference book."
The Chronical-Herald/The Mail-Star