Set in the private school world of Manhattan's Upper East Side, POSH tracks the lives of a group of teenagers and the adults who hope to control them: from the school's headmistress to the social x-ray mom to the mom who drives a cab, this is commercial fiction that shows a cutaway of a rarefied world.
This book took me so long to get into, I think even at the end I wasn't really interested. It had some good parts but it's not really my favorite book. I was angry a lot at the way these people acted. I gave this book 2 out of 5 stars. The cover and info section of the book grabbed my attention, but the inside of the book was lacking.