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The Companion The other orphans say Margot is lucky Lucky to survive the horrible accident that killed her family Lucky to have her own room because she wakes up screaming every night And finally, lucky to be chosen by a prestigious family to live at their remote country estate But it wasn't luck that made the Suttons rescue Margot from her bleak existence at the group home Margot was handpicked to be a companion to their silent, mysterious daughter, Agatha At first, helping with Agathaand getting to know her handsome older brotherseems much better than the group home But soon, the isolated, gothic house begins playing tricks on Margot’s mind, making her question everything she believes about the Suttonsand herself Margot’s bad dreams may have stopped when she came to live with Agatha – but the real nightmare has just begun


10 thoughts on “The Companion

  1. says:

    KATIE PLEASE WILL YOU TELL ME WHEN THIS RELEASES??? I have been checking for two years, I need to know when my not-guilty pleasure read author’s next book comes out 🙏🏻


  2. says:

    Thank you PenguinTeen for an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

    The Companion was one of the creepiest books I have ever read. It isn’t gory or what you would expect from a horror novel. The author would casually writte in tiny hints about what was going on that made you super uneasy, and left you with some chills coursing through your body. When I tell you I could not stop


  3. says:

    Whoa so creepy & twisty! Loved this! Margot at the age of 16 has been through too much tragedy, so to hear that an opulent (Copeland/Sutton) family wants to take her in is a dream come true. Well things aren’t what it appears but where else can Margot go? There are secrets and history surrounding Copeland Hall and the generations of the Copeland family that Margot soon discovers! Thank you to


  4. says:

    This was so addicting I accidentally binge-read the last 300 pages. Oops.

    I’ve tried reading a couple of YA horror books before. They were…eh to say the least. So I went into this, turned off all my lights, turned on my phone, and read. And as I slowly felt tendrils of fear crawl up my spine, I realized: wow, this is actually a horror story of quality caliber. It’s not gory and gruesome, or


  5. says:

    Actual Rating: 4.25 stars

    What a crazy, wild ride! I absolutely meant to just read a little bit before bed, but now it’s nearly 5:00 am and I’ve finished it. I definitely felt some chills reading it and the ending had me feeling SO many ways. I really don’t want to say too much, because I think going into any horror or thriller with minimal details is the best approach.

    It was just a ta


  6. says:

    August 25th 2020 by Putnam

    Margot is dealing with a tremendous tragedy; her parents and two sisters were killed in a car accident while on a family vacation. Against all odds, Margot survived. Because there are no other relatives, she has ended up in a nice group home, but it's still far from ideal. When a college friend of her father's, a rich lawyer, finds out about her, he decides that his family will take he


  7. says:

    First of all, thank you so much to Bookish First, Katie Alender, and Penguin Teen for this amazing book! It was completely creepy and twisted and I really enjoyed it! It was basically a YA thriller/horror book and I love the genre!

    This book is about Margot, a girl who is taken in by a family when tragedy happens in her life. She goes to live in a creepy old mansion after her family is killed in an accident. She is cho


  8. says:

    I received The Companion through a Book Con giveaway from PenguinHouse.

    I would rate The Companion 4 out of 5 stars. The books starts out with the main character, Margot, finding herself alone and in a very sad situation for a 16 year old girl. It is not until the loving Laura and John take Margot into their privileged lives. Margot appears to be very lucky on the outside but not all is what it appears to be with Laura and Joh


  9. says:

    A thriller, good for fans of Natasha Preston and April Henry. This story focuses on Margot, a teenager who has lost her family in a terrible accident at the beginning of the book. She is taken to a group home and then to a huge estate, to be the companion of a rich family's very ill teenage daughter.

    This book reminded me of some VC Andrews tales (like My Sweet Audrina). Andrews typically wrote rags to riches stories where the grass t


  10. says:

    This could be the best book of 2020!
    I was given an excerpt to read, and it was awesome!

    The Companion by Katie Alender is a gripping tale right from the very first page, this thriller could be the best read of 2020! We're taking on a suspenseful tale of a young Margo who loses her entire family in a tradic car accident. Because she has no one to turn to, and nowhere to go, Margo is forced to spend time in the foster care system. She soo


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