The book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is centered around a character named “Bob” who represents the problems and issues in America that Mr. Penn feels need to be addressed. He wrote this book to get people talking and create a conversation about today’s world, he makes obvious hints at President Trump and the issues that are not being dealt with in Mr. Penn’s opinion. This is the center of his story which is written through topics such as the Republican Convention and “El Chapo,” a drug l soord and major criminal who runs his business through Mexico and other countries. “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” even hints at conspiracy theories towards some of the bigger news stories about police shootings.
The book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” whose main character is “Bob” has two sides to his character, one side, a middle aged man who is alone and keeps to himself and is used to point out Mr. Penn’s feelings and thoughts on today’s issues through weird behavior. The other side of this character is a contracted killer who kills old people, which also is used to tell the story of today’s society and its problems and issues in reference to politics, how our world is being run and Mr. Penn’s feelings about our society in general. In writing “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” he purposely goes way over the top to make his point and even in some places uses shock value to makes his point.
The reviews to “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” are mixed, in that some feel it has great potential, but is ruined by his odd wording and way of talking that keeps the reader from getting his point, it also is noted as being “written in crazy.” It has also been said that he says he wrote the book to express his thoughts and feelings yet he denied being the author of the book in the beginning. The entire book is being called “confusing”, and a “mess” and is hard to follow with a crazy story line. The book is not being accepted in a positive way, one review even stated that the “storyline is a mixture of “fantasy and fiction.” Others see it as a “joke” and “ridiculous” and not even worthy of a review.”