A condition characterized by a person’s unconscious perception that they are still living in a specific time period from their past, even though all external stimuli shows this to be untrue.
Four former child actors, at a new age retreat for their inability to separate fiction from reality, are sure they're at the center of a deadly plot to eliminate each of them one by one. Pretty sure.
A fascinating premise which proves both high-concept and thematically loaded. The shifting frames of reference and exploration of the protagonists’ warped subjectivity work well to keep the reader on their toes, and the varied genres that caused the characters’ youthful trauma are both satirically funny as well as potently believable.