I love history and I really love mythology, so to see a book that gives insight into these Titans that is well-researched and well-written is a nice find.
I did find the "disclosure" at the beginning a bit odd. Declaring there are no warranties, that it doesn't offer medical, legal, or professional advice, and (my favorite)--that the reader should "consult a licensed professional before attempting any techniques outlined in this book". It continues in this weird vein through another paragraph. It's as if the writer found a generic disclosure and just slapped it into his book.
Anyway, while reading, I discovered more about the "gods" that I knew and even learned about "gods" I didn't know existed: Hephaestus, Demeter, Hestia, for example. Hestia is apparently one of the more important Greek gods. Goddess of home, hearth, family, and state, but I was completely unaware of the name at all.
If you enjoy mythology, this is definitely a good book to learn more about it.