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Sean Penn’s Breakout Novel: Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff

Sean Penn a Hollywood famous actor, incredible writer, and director of many hit movies has embarked on a new path. The fifty seven year old Hollywood veteran is trying the new medium of novel writing. His debut novel Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff had led to readers everywhere having a different perspective on the world around them.

 

The author’s personal perspective on the world is ingrained in the main character Bob Honey. Bob Honey is essentially an aloof character living in a fictional setting. His setting is a grim dystopia that exposed a lot of the raw realities and harsh truths of current during America and frankly the world. The main character is a baby boomer like his author. He has a peculiar antisocial behavior. The author’s personal passion and anger is felt through the actions of Bob Honey. Bob Honey is a vent for the author.

 

Bob Honey and his creator of an author can easily be linked to being the same person. Bob Honey seethes against following the status quo, he rants off towards politics and tends to share a few similar events to Sean Penn. Sprinkled throughout the pages of Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, readers get the chance to see the main character having scenes with a character that correlates with when Sean Penn met with drug lord El Chapo. As the novel unfolds, it is evident the author’s and character’s personalities are like identical twins.

 

Bob Honey is a writer too like his creator. Near the end of the novel, the character pens a letter to the president. Based off of what the texts reveal, it is pretty safe to assume that this president may just be a fictional Donald Trump. Russian hacking, NRA and news from cable networks comes up a lot in scenes dealing with the fictional president called the “landlord“.

 

Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is a remarkable novel that exposes the reality of what is happening in the world today through an incredibly richly written narrative of prose and emotion that is both educational, engaging and thought provoking.