Reviewed: 2014-11-29 - (Review Updated: 2014-11-30)
Let's start off with the things I do not like about the story... OK, now that we have that out of the way.
Why do I like the story? Hot girls, hot sex, lots and lots of hot girls and hot sex and only one guy is getting all that sex. Fantasy time. And autofocus is one funny dude, he has some great lines. However there is no need to take my word for it. In a story full of teenagers on a college campus this is in the middle of one sentence and in and of it itself is enough reason to read the story, "The Philosophy of Fellatio 301." I know for certain that the school I am attending is not offering that course, I asked my thesis adviser.
What I would like to see is autofocus break his sections up into chapters so that he could have a cast of characters listed for each new segment and then not give anything away. The story changes as it grows, and again, as with each of the truly superior stories on SOL suspension of disbelief is required. If I wanted realism I would Dostoyevsky, and trust me, I am not reading Dostoyevsky. To be fair, Dostoyevsky did have a cast of characters listed in the beginning of each of his books, not that I could pronounce any of the names, even after two semester of Russian in college sometime back in the Dark when people programmed in FORTRAN.
The hero is too smart, too tough, too mature for his age, and too well connected; pretty much everything I want in a fictional hero; isn't that why James fucking Bond is so popular? The girls are too smart, too sexy, and too bad there are so many. Pretty much everything I want in my X-rated stories.
As a final thought, and if you want to understand it you have to read the story, sand is fleeting.