Sean Penn’s ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’

‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ is a novel by Sean Penn. The book which was just realized has gone viral on social media and other networks. The story which is mostly for unwieldy cult fans that are always ready to go deeper through satirical madness to get the more surprising truth. The book will make one to scratch their heads in total dismay with the insanity of the actions taking place in the book. The book came out in 2016 with Penn giving the story through a pseudonym Pappy Pariah.

Most people who have read the book claim that the works and scenes in the book are commenting on The Times. Some of the ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ scenes have references to the current president of America. These scenes take place outside chaotic environment outside the Republican National Convention. Moreover, the book has scenes that describe the Obama administration as well as the arrest of Mexico’s drug lord. Penn puts his points across to his readers through ambitious prose, but his stylistic nature feels sultry and overexcited. Penn is a baby boomer, and it is almost impossible not to read his book as his angry, loud absurdist reactions to what is currently taking place in the world.

Sean Penn is an outspoken activist. He has done so much in his career; stints as a journalist as well as acting in Oscar-winning roles. With the release of Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, Bob keeps building his resume as a novelist with diverging results that are maddening and entertaining at the same time. Penn’s first book is an unusual Trump-era tome. In his book, a middle-aged divorced gentleman by the name of Bob travels the world as an expert in waste management. The gentleman also sells fireworks to dictators. The divorced man is seen freaking out his antisocial behavior to his suburban California neighbors. Bob is also a secret assassin who uses a trusty mallet in his mission of assassinating the elderly. The narrative which somehow sounds strange has random poetry lines. For instance, the book features a ‘Yellow Lives Matter’ which involves ‘awful’ blue-eyed blond white guys. Moreover, the book presents a robust satirical streak where Penn is rather evident with his comment on American politics, society, and culture. Bob is quite a funny fellow. He does not like social media or advertising. Additionally, he dislikes strangers who get all up on his personal life and business which involves working for a very careless government.

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