Five years of believing her brother to be dead, Thea is barely holding herself together. Molding herself into the same image the city had of her brother, party all night, waste away all day. Then her brother is back. Alive but different.
Five years of thinking he would never see his baby sister again. Five years of regret for all the things he wasted, people he didn’t appreciate. He returns home to a sister that doesn’t know how to live with him. She just wants him to be the old Oliver, the real Oliver again, and all he sees when he looks at her is who he used to be.