The High Moments | Sara-Ella | Review



Scarlett is far from perfect.

She changes herself to please others.

She makes mistakes – over and over again.

She repeatedly goes back to people that have hurt her.

Scarlett has a tricky relationship with her mother and is desperate for people to like her.

She moves to London without a plan, but when she manages to land a job at a modelling agency she thinks that her life is finally on track.

Scarlett soon discovers that the fashion industry is far from what she had imagined and her life begins to spiral out of control. But at least people know who she is. She is starting to become someone.

And surely it’s better to be someone – even if it’s someone you hate?


I loved this novel, addictive from the first line, keenly observed & absolutely hilarious - you won't want to miss it!

This is a bold, hugely enjoyable take on the underbelly of the fashion industry. It has been perfectly described as "a beautiful, messed-up mash-up of The Devil Wears Prada & Fleabag.

Scarlett is a marmite character certainly not everyone will love her, though they will definitely be intrigued and soon hooked on reading her questionable choices.

A fabulous, refreshing, compelling debut! I cannot wait to see what Ozbek does next. 

A huge thanks to Anne Cater & Simon & Schuster for gifting me a copy in return for an open & honest review.



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