Sean Penn’s Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is a Different Kind of Book

From acting to directing and now writing, Sean Penn knows there are things he does that make a difference for everyone who needs to use them. He also knows there are things that will continue helping him see major success in the future. The point of writing Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff was so he could be successful with his writing career and that made it easier for Sean Penn to branch out. He’s always looking for the next best thing and for the opportunities he has for success. Between the things that Sean Penn does and the work he puts into the industry opportunities, Sean Penn knows how to help others. He isn’t afraid of making positive connections between different things going on and positive opportunities he can use to help others. It’s his goal of providing people the chance to keep doing everything the right way.


While Sean Penn knew Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff would be different from most other books, he prepares to show people things will be different if they look at things differently. He also likes them to see they can make a difference just like the characters in the book. Sean Penn makes sure people don’t see political activists as the enemies. Instead, he likes to show them as people others can connect with on a different level.


As long as Sean Penn keeps writing, people get a positive experience from it. They also have the chance to make sure everyone knows what will happen if they can keep doing things the right way. While there are things that will change in the future, Sean Penn wants to keep associating them with the positive experiences everyone has for the future. It’s his goal of helping that provides him the chance to keep writing books like Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff. There are many more coming in the future and Sean Penn hopes things will continue reverberating the way they do no matter what is going on or what people want to do to make a difference in their own careers.


The Hottest Mysterious Novel in Town: “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff”

Leaving many scratching their heads and probably their mouths wide open in disbelief of the unveiling flow of the story which is full of surprising truths, the newly released novel by Sean Penn is worth reading in this millennial generation we are in. The audio version of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” had been released in 2016 but Penn was not willing to disclose that he is writing down the book because he said that the book was the work of a guy in Florida. However, Penn has broken the ice by releasing this incredible novel that is all over.

Bob Honey is a guy from California who is 56 years old is somewhat fed up with the mediocrity and insanity going on in the country and basically in modern days. He is a professional entrepreneur, a delusional homebody and/or a contract assassin who kills elderly people using his mallet. “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” presents Bob sitting at his sofa thinking of his past success, failures and the current situation of his nation which he basically calls it a shopping mall with a flag. He also thinks about his divorced wife who is married to their divorce lawyer and he goes ahead to think of his previous driving escapades.

Bob Honey sometimes becomes social by carrying out an order of bringing down elderly citizens who “stand in the way” of globalization and marketing. In every move of Bob whether good or bad or no matter how compassionate it may seem, he is always thinking of the next stuff to do. As the book unveils, Bob becomes suspicious about an employer, who Penn never named, and he thinks he deserves one of his mallets on the head but he decides to drive to Miami to search for more information about him.

“Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” rotates to another angle after Bob hears some news about the 2016 election while driving to Miami. The news makes enrages him and wonder why American could not elect the female candidate. He wonders why the Americans have become too arrogant and unqualified in their elections. He refers to Donald Trump as not just a president who needs to be impeached but intervened. He says the nation needs an assassin.