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Have Read The New Novel in Town? Introducing Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff

May 24, 2018 • fishcarolina

Many cannot really comprehend the real thing that is going on in the mind of Sean Penn who has been known as a movie and film actor but now he seems to change roles and has become an author. It is remembered that he just became the Best Actor in the Academy Awards. Penn has been a producer, a film director, published many pieces, and interviewed renowned people like the president of Venezuela Hugo Chavez, president of Cuba Raul Castro and El Chapo the Mexican drug lord. What really is he up to?

Well, Sean Penn is more focused on the future of his country and of course, he wanted to do a more relaxing job. His new novel, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”, has become the subject of many who are continuously trying to get answers. The New York Times described the book as “a riddle wrapped in an enigma and cloaked in crazy”. The book has stirred reactions of many specifically the #MeToo poem he has written in the book.

Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is novel that basically describes the irony in the American politics. The main character in the book is Bob Honey who is divorced and has different jobs that he does but the most noticeable is being a hired assassin by the government to kill the elderly using his mattock. Bob Honey is really struggling with his morals, life because of his environment and also the negative changes happening in his motherland, America.

In the Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, Bob hates his ex-wife and hubby and somehow expresses his crave for intimacy with Annie. As Bob Honey is investigated by Spurley the journalist in the novel, he fears for his future and of America. At one point he writes to his landlord who is seen as Donald Trump, that he is not a president who not only needs impeachment but also a man in need of intervention.

According to Penn, the book is about American culture not about its leadership. It was a way of relieving societal burnout; it was a way of avoiding defeat because he felt like a doctor whose patient one day will die. He has some stuff cooking; let’s wait for what next in store from Sean Penn.


Categories: Political satire