Sean Penn whose age clock ticks 57 years is making his appearance as a novelist for the first time. His new book is “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.” The book was launched in March this year, and it is being talked about all over. It details the life of Bob Honey, the protagonist, and his movements as a political activist. The man, Bob Honey has a strong belief and yearns for a change through the campaign for letter writing does not accomplish this for him. As a result, he becomes so angry to the point that he commits violence. Sean Penn states that the exploits of the man are motivated by the strong political beliefs that he contains that are somehow analyzing the Trump administration. Bob Honey is radical about his political activism, and that causes him to travel to different countries and places like Iraq, Cuba, and Iran in search for political leaders who would promote world peace and international democracy.
Apart from the adventures of Bob Honey, Sean spoke out on the matters of Trump administration. Penn uses a very satirical way to address the recent political achievements and Trump resistance. The references in the novel that speaks of anti-Trump are not very precise. It can somehow be noted that the president is named as “Mr. Landlord.” This very straightforward title reveals the Trump’s status as a hotel tycoon and billionaire. In addition, the novel comprises reflection of the movement called #me too. This movement has drawn close string criticism from all media channels, which include the New York Times and Rolling Stone. The critics did not expect that the actor and director would turn out to be a novel writer. Most important there was no expectation that Penn would write anything close to addressing women.
Following the paradigm shift in Penn’s work is something that many seeks to understand. The transition to writing from movies is such a milestone. He says that he feels that this is the direction that he knows it shall be most productive. Penn is ready to dive into writing world and ditch out acting. After the publication of “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” Penn is found to love writing and is clear about moving on in this.