Warren Doyle is like any ordinary guy: sarcastic, bored, hungry, and trying to do a video exposé on the fraud that is popularity by using Paul--an inconsiderate, homophobic jackass--as his test subject. --- Upon arriving at Weston High, Warren is confronted by the unnecessarily complicated hierarchy of High School, immediately clashing with swimmer Athlete Paul as his sexuality comes into question. Realizing he cannot be himself if he wishes to get revenge, Warren quickly finds himself lying about every aspect of himself in order to belong among the very same people he despises. But he'll do whatever it takes to win, even if it means falling prey to his own web of lies. However, there are deeper problems beyond the unfair social imbalances at Weston High. Without realizing it, Warren and his friends find themselves suddenly facing an unknown force--a cyber presence--that appears to hold the secrets of everyone at school. The anonymous texter's antics force Warren to confront the inevitable reality... the truth always comes out in the end. Can you keep a secret?