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Why Everybody Hates Toronto

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Michael Davie is a professional publisher (Manor House Publishing Inc.), award-winning career journalist and editor with decades of experience - and author of more than 20 critically acclaimed books. On Little Sister he teamed up with professional editor-writer Susan Crossman, head of marketing-promotions firm Crossman Communications and author of Shades of Teale; Passages to Epiphany; The Write Stuff; and, Content Marketing Made Easy.



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This is the book Toronto doesn't want you to read! Tired of Hogtown's constant preening, pretentiousness and pomposity? This book is for you. This book is also for hard-core Toronto fans - if they have the patience to read to the end (they aren't known for their patience). Why Everybody Hates Toronto is based on survey data and exhaustive research (the author tires easily). Why Everybody Hates Toronto is an insightful, witty, informative and wonderful look at one of the world's great cities. Soon to be a major best-seller! Warning: Despite the book's flippant tone and very funny overall approach, the book also contains some surprising depth and insight concerning Toronto woes. It's a content-rich, humorous, must-read for anyone who has ever lived in, visited, or thought of Toronto. Michael B. Davie has produced a first-rate book!

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Titre: Why Everybody Hates Toronto
Sous-titre: Startling Suggestions of a Pseudo-Scientific Study
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Code EAN: 9781897453742
ISBN: 1897453744
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 194
Poids: 458g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T15mm
Année: 2015

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