Hidden Facts about ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ Novel

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Sean Penn, the author of ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ novel is a rare person who has presented this book in a controversial manner. Some call it fiction while others call it factual. Nevertheless, the truth is that Penn expressed his factual ideas on the state of the United States in a fictional way. The tone used in the book is quite satirical. Some readers say he has exposed the behaviors of the current president of the United States in a hidden way. Others are still trying to catch a glimpse of what exactly the book talks about.

 

‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ novel has Bob as the main character. This is a middle-aged man who is an introvert, or let’s say antisocial, and has very weird behaviors. He is divorced and earns a living by managing waste as well as selling fireworks to dictators. He is also an assassin targeting old people using a mallet as a part-time job. The adventures and events in Bob’s life are used in ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ novel to depict both the culture and politics of the United States.

As much as a lot of fiction is expressed in a satirical tone, Sean Penn mentions the police shootings at Las Vegas, the North Korea tension as well as the Me Too Movement. This slightly exposes his real message of the novel. Bob writes a letter to the landlord who he describes as a rich old boy-man with very violent immature behavior and with French vanilla hair. Readers have assumed that the landlord refers to the current president, although only Sean Penn is sure about this. In his letter, he mentions words such as Russia, Alternative facts, and NRA, which have recently been used in news on the political state of the United States.

 

 

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This is a novel which was earlier on produced as an audio in 2016 before it was published as text in the recent few months. ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff’ novel has been received in different ways by different people. Some have enjoyed it; others have received it reluctantly, while others do not have a slight idea of what the real message is. Sean Penn has used this creative feature to make sure that his message is passed on to the intended recipients and at the same time not to mention their names. The hidden truth, however, unveils for the keen readers who are able to interpret satire and sarcasm.