Bob Honey Who Just Do The Stuff Is One of The Most Vogue Literary Works Today
It’s fantastic to know that your favorite artist does something different. In the case with the fans of Seann Penn, it is the news of Sean Penn writing a new book that would most likely get them frenetic and thrilled mainly because Sean Penn has never written a novel before. This debut novel that he has is called Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, and reviewers from different authorities describe the book as a psychedelic ride. It’s a novel that wants people to scratch their heads and to think about the insanity of most people’s political actions today.
The Madness and Truth
A review and analysis from EW.com would suggest to its readers that this debut novel is in the likes of Thomas Pynchon and Hunter S. Thompson’s work, which are luminaries in the field of postmodern fiction. The book also has the ferocity of someone who has learned what it is to feel the hallucinating effects of amusement drugs. The novel is also a satirical comment on the current affairs today, with a tone that would remind you of the novelist stylings of David Foster Wallace. It is also a novel that features subtle scenes and remarks on the current president, and a scene that features dystopian references and narratives that have themes of chaos, ubiquitous political madness and the oblivious sense of citizenry that United States is facing today. This book is also described to be for those who look for a wild ride and turbulent narrative about the political madness but at the same time an avenue to explore truth. Simon and Schuster produced Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff.
It is the attempt of the novel to also go for a more ambitious prose that for others would appear sticky and overwrought. There are scenes in the novel that feature normal mundane activities of U.S. citizens and conspiracy theories that would seem to relay the kind of madness people feel in their political leanings. All in All, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is said to be a pure reactionary piece of novel that reminds us of the flawed political and social landscape right now. With his novel that talks of the current times, Sean Penn’s book proves to be one of today’s most en vogue pieces of work.
Read the full NYT review here: