Book Review: “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” by Author Sean Penn
One of Hollywood’s most talented and skilled actors, Sean Penn, has proven he is also a writer with dimensional insight.
Although his book, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” seems pointedly political, Sean Penn, Academy Award winner, in an MSNBC interview with media host, Ari Melber, on the TV program, “The Beat,” he provides greater depth about the true nature of the book’s plot. As Sean Penn describes it, the plot is based more on political “culture.”
According to Sean Penn’s own words, the political position of the book’s plot holds Americans accountable for U.S. leadership.
In one portion of the book, he wrote about the American obsession with branding. He elucidated his views on how invested Americans are about branding everything, including themselves.
As a result of Sean Penn’s, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, , the Mexican drug cartel has refused to allow their members to read it.
Sean Penn has always been willing to fly outside of the predictable flock’s formation. His book shows a unique writing talent for presenting characters, timing, dialogue and plot in precision literary strategy. This may be attributable to his many years of exposure to films, movie scripts and his experience as a film producer.
Axis of Theatrical Power
Like his fellow actors, Tom Hanks and Ron Howard, who also made the natural step into producing films of significant theatrical power, Sean Penn has added a third dimension to his professional career with, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” by bringing the book’s purpose to the audience Sean Penn knows best: the average American.
However, the powerful message in “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” about the link between leadership, political accountability and the branding obsession, is bound to have worldwide repercussions for leaders and anyone who is linked to their government.