The Teacher's Club

Fiction - Thriller - General
197 Pages
Reviewed on 06/09/2020
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Author Biography

Alisa Guttadauro lives in New Jersey with her husband and their rescue kitty Gus. When she’s not writing, Alisa enjoys reading historical fiction and mysteries. She also loves spending time with her family and enjoys outdoor sports with her husband. Alisa is currently working on her next cozy mystery. You can email Alisa at:

    Book Review

Reviewed by Tanja Jurkovic for Readers' Favorite

The Teacher's Club is a very engaging story written by Alisa Guttadauro. Even though it starts off with a basic premise of the main character Mia and her best friend Pam starting their new jobs at a school, the novel slowly builds up to something far more intriguing than just that. Mia and Pam are best friends, and they start working at a local school together. From the first day at their new job, they both start sensing that this might not be the experience that they signed up for and that the new people they meet along the way, especially their colleagues, might just not be what they appear to be in the first place.

Starting off as a light read, The Teacher's Club is far more than just that, surprising the reader with interesting developments and numerous sudden twists every step of the way. Alisa Guttadauro creates an array of very interesting and very lovable characters who all make the experience of reading the novel exciting and more elaborate. Creating a mysterious and, at times, an ominous atmosphere, the author leads the reader into a completely unexpected direction, at the same time inviting them to get involved in helping the main characters get to the bottom of their troubles. Written in a very approachable way, with the style of writing evoking familiarity as well as mystery, The Teacher's Club by Alisa Guttadauro is a novel that flows freely in the minds of its readers, making this piece of writing a very fun and agreeable one, perfect for a chilled out afternoon, and as a very welcome getaway from busy everyday life.