The poverty and totalitarian approach to corporate and civil security stand out as the most compelling aspects of Martz's story. Undoubtedly, he's been crafting this story for some time, so there's no way he could've foreseen the Occupy/99 Per Cent movement. But there's no questioning the experiences that unfold in Heaven All Day are what led to it. Of course, the protests point out, in part, the financial imbalances in Western society are untenable, whereas Martz's story ultimately has an encouraging message, I think. The engineer's perseverance wins out over the oppression he witnesses and experiences every day. Maybe one day we'll be able to say the same about the 99 Per Cent as well. Read Full Review
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