Oona Lockhart isn’t missing any part of her life; it’s just been . . . rearranged.
Every birthday, she wakes up never knowing how old she’ll be on the outside, or which decade she’ll end up in. A club kid in the nineties. A married woman in the noughties. A punk in the eighties. If she’s going to have any kind of a normal life, she’s going to have to learn how to live in the moment. Even when she knows exactly what’s going to happen next – the good . . . and the bad.