by Peter C. Newman | Nonfiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0140287000 Global Overview for this book
Registered by campuscopy of Edmonton, Alberta Canada on 5/4/2006
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"Titans is a terrific read." - Diane Francis, National Post

"If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, the Titans are from Pluto." So begins the final volume of Peter C. Newman's epic trilogy of The Canadian Establishment. In his trademark captivation style, Newman describes how these fantasy-fulfilling hunters of fortune have grabbed hold of Canada's future and now run the economy for their personal gain. These are the new-style paladins who answer telephones while making love,live in four-acre houses, and believe that compassion is for losers. As the Titans spread their influence around the globe, they have the courage of their connections. Read all about these Titans in one of the most cussed and discussed books of the decade.

"Newman's lastest is a Titan of a work, maybe his best ever. It packs a motherlode of illumination information inprose so engaging you findyourself laughing out loud....This certainly is the book of the year. It tells you where the money was, where it is and, in frightening terms, where it will be." - Lawrence Martin, Vancouver Sun

"Titans is a chilling as anything Stephen King ever wrote, as plugged with information as an encyclopaedia, and takes the reader to worlds as unusual and opulent as anything that ever fell from the imagination of H. Rider Haggard." - Roy MacGregor, National Post

"Newman, in his unual way, amidst all the hyperhole about greed and disgusting excesses of the rich, slips his knife into the Establishment... You could spend weeks rifling through TITANS, reading it backwards or forwards... more dirt and gossip than can fuel any dinner party." - Allen Fortheringham, Maclean's

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