Recently, Sean Penn moved away from the acting position, to be first-time novelist. His story is called “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”. This tells the tale about someone who sells septic-tanks who also works for the U.S government as a contract killer. It’s important to note that Penn believes it is distinct to reach the end of a film project and in some cases benefiting from working together with others that could of not been your model. You could have been really happy or discouraged. Also, Penn likes enduring on something that is his and not apologize and feel or create complete.
Something interesting about this book is that it was originally an audio book, a lot shorter than the book. Also, Penn narrated this audiobook Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff under the name Pappy Pariah. This was in the year 2016. The book was extended to include a wider point of view on social issues of today and a group of stories with more details.
In this book there’s unfamiliar words used for description that might not be familiar to everyone. Another suggestion when reading this book is to read it in sections. This is because there might be areas in the book that will leave readers perplexed and meditative. This book also in no way shows predictability. This can be seen from the main character’s stories to the way the content of the book is organized. This book consists of rants and poetry regarding a character of fiction.
Sean Penn in this story tells this dystopian story of Bob Honey and adventures he goes on. While telling he utilizes powerful sequences that at times could feel substantial. References to conspiracy could be missed if the book is read at a pace that’s too fast. For example, sentences containing tongue twisters with hints put in them. It’s also important to note that opinions of politics that Penn has can be reflected in the responses of Honey around him. It is also simple to look for the social issues that’s possible that Penn has care for. Net-neutrality is an example.