On the website Bro-talk; Marc Maron recently interviewed author Sean Penn on his new book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” via a podcast. He mentions words many people may not know are used throughout this novel. And that it may take some time to read. In fact you maybe using your phone to look up the meaning of certain words. Marc Maron suggest it’s best read the book in small amounts at a time because the emotions run strong and sometimes reflecting is needed. This novel is suppose to be original and is not easy to figure out what’s going to happen. This book discusses issues we face in a society as a whole. The stories contain a lot of detail and is considered to be a cult classic. Concerns of our current president are stated through this novel. He claims he’s been worried about our country ever since the 2016 presidential election. Other people other politicians are mention through the story. He mentions fictional events as well as real life events like the Las Vegas Shooting. Sean Penn says there are similarities between him and the fictional character Bob Honey. They both share a lot of the same values and ideas.
The Vogue article is about Sean Penn stretching his career beyond the big screen. We know him from different theatre and film productions. He’s been an actor, director, writer and producers. He has also won some awards along the way. But for Sean Penn he wanted to write something different. In the past he’s written several pieces of work expressing his opinion about social issues. He’s even had the chance to interview people like the former president of Venezuela, the president of Cuba, etc. He volunteered after the earthquake destroyed Haiti in 2010. He’s now become an author with a book titled “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”. It’s goes on to state it’s a novel about a septic tank sale person who also is a contract killer. Some of the situations within the book are similar to issues within our society now. And some actual real life situations are mention.
If “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” seems like an intriguing read to you. Pick up and copy but remember it may end up being a head rush!