Sean Penn has various distinctions to his name. He is an Oscar-winning performing craftsman, noted official, talented screenwriter, author, and staunch political lobbyist. One would think with his various accomplishments he would just leave on his legacy. Clearly not. Refering to a dropping out with the universe of filmmaking he has gotten an essayist top edge his rack of capacity, and isn’t endeavoring it on with his first novel “Weave Honey Who Just Do Stuff”.
The story is a thin one, anyway contains a lot of story. It is a strange chaos of crazy that seeks after a silly story style. It contains scenes from the life and times of Bob Honey intermixed with unpredictable refrain, and bits of seething. Weave Honey, the primary character is a depressed man. He is a septic tank deals rep with a client summary of Jehovah’s Witnesses, who moonlights as a council contracted expert assassin concentrating on the more seasoned. He is anything but an enthusiast of publicizing, hates online life, and revultions the present president considerably more. Appear as though someone we know? The book seeks after Bob’s accounts as he describes them to sagacious columnist Spurley Cultier.
Like any holy person of a satire Honey lives in a crazy world overflowing with crazy conditions, that puts on a show of being a terrible type of present day USA. Through Bob’s disgruntlement we see the disgruntlement of real American culture, which is apparently irritated at everything. In any occasion as shown by Penn’s perspective, and the book is created from Penn’s perspective. There is no vulnerability that the principle character is a variation of Penn, as Bob’s surly character seems to transmit Penn’s own one of a kind political leanings.
The completion of the novel is a letter composed by Honey to the president, Mr. Landowner. It contains each ruined thing he ponders him and completions with an open test to a duel. All Mr. Owner needs to do is tweet him. Other than the references to Trump, the book, all things considered, bases on inclining events. It comments on everything from mass shootings, to relocation, to the MeToo improvement. Each and every piece of it seen through the eyes of Bob Honey, and each and every piece of it spoken with the voice of Sean Penn.