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A "nonfiction" publication by two graduates from Milton Academy based on some allegedly "legitimate" interviews, phone conversations, IM conversations, etc with graduates of the Class of 2005.

Based on the lives of five characters, three girls and two boys, the authors focus on mostly (if not only) the sexual part of their lives. The authors say that they were inspired by the sex scandal of 2005, and wanted to answer the question of "why?".

The entire book is written badly with false information (although they say that it was all extensively fact-checked) and ridiculous metaphors. Their alleged 'fact-checking' only came from the POVs of the students they interviewed, although they also attempt to place the thoughts of characters whom they had no conversation with (for example, they describe the feelings and thoughts of one the mothers of the characters). Fantastic metaphors such as "Thoughts hung like rainbows" and "she had breasts the size of baby melons" are littered throughout this "literary piece".

Basically, the authors totally breached the trust of the students they interviewed by talking to them about everything (from academics to social life to peer pressures) and only focusing and using parts of the conversations about sex. They contradict themselves all the time when defending their 'work' and try to write it as a 'nonfiction novel' although their writing leaves something to be desired.

We also have no idea whether or not they really were taught at Milton Academy because their writing is absolutely far from the usual standard of work that are produced at this establishment.
"...graduation tents like whipped cream..."
"He loved her eyes, because he liked green eyes."
"...Milton Academy woke up from desolation..."


"Dude, did you read Restless Virgins?"
"No way, I refuse to buy a copy and support their living."
by MA Student 101 October 16, 2007
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