Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff Has Many Layers

Sean Penn is a producer, actor, writer, and has even won a couple of Academy Awards for Best Actor. He has also interviewed some of the most intriguing people on the planet such as Cuban president Raúl Castro, El Chapo, and Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez.

He has decided to take the time to write a book finally, and it has already gotten a lot of attention. His book, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff has many layers and can be interpreted in many different ways. It is humorous, intriguing, and follows a salesman through many adventures and jobs.

Penn is unapologetic about writing his masterpiece, and he is happy that he has finally gotten the chance to sit down and finish a book since it has been a long lost dream of hi. He simply never had the time to devote to writing a complete book because of all his obligations and work.

 

Sean Penn created an interesting character who’s awkward, angry and in the middle of a messy lifestyle. The book is a page-turner and is full of twists. Many who have read the book have even compared the landlord in the book to president Trump, but that is a matter of opinion. But that is what this book is like there are many different ways to interpret it, and it differs in who is reading it.

 

Penn is a story teller, and he simply wanted to weave a tale that others could read, enjoy, and get a deeper meaning if they wished or to simply enjoy a good read to escape reality.

 

Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff started out as an audiobook that was narrated by Penn and Frances McDormand. It was written under the name of Pappy Pariah, a pseudonym whom Penn said he met in Florida. Penn wanted to expand on his story, and he decided to reveal his identity as the author of the book.

 

Penn has no regrets in writing the book. He wrote it to be an interesting read and if people want to look deeper into the storyline, so be it.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/27/books/review/sean-penn-bob-honey-who-just-do-stuff.html