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If you are a fan of Oprah Winfrey's book club and reading, dive into this complete Oprah's Book Club List, which I have updated with Oprah's reading list from 1996 until the present.

Plus, you can download a printable PDF of the full Oprah's book club list to track your reading!

Oprah's book recommendations don't shy away from difficult reads: classics, long books, and heavy topics.

Although Oprah Winfrey is no longer on a talk show on television, she is doing great things with Oprah's book club over on Instagram. I love her discussions, and the comments are always very thoughtful. She also works with Apple TV to provide content for the books recommended by Oprah.

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Oprah's Latest Book Club List

What is Oprah's latest book club pick?

Oprah's latest book club pick is That Bird Has My Wings by Jarvis Jay Masters, the memoir of a Death Row inmate who embraced Buddhism over decades of imprisonment. She selected it in September 2022.

Best of Oprah's Book Club List

I have not read all of the books recommended by Oprah from the Oprah's Book Club list, but I have read some of them. It's always hard to pick favorites, but I would describe the following Oprah Winfrey book recommendations as my most beloved, especially as time passes and I can see what has really stuck with me. My blog readers seem to agree, as these are also some of the bestselling books on my blog:

  • Becoming: The memorable and moving memoir of the first African American First Lady of the United States.
  • The Sun Does Shine: (Popular Pick) A man falsely convicted of murder spends 30 years on Death Row before his release in this unforgettable memoir.
  • East of Eden: A compulsively readable retelling of the story of Cain and Abel told through the Hamilton and Trask families, sharing themes of good versus evil.
  • Olive, Again: A curmudgeon you can't help but love touches upon major life themes in short snippets of real life.
  • Behold the Dreamers: A suspenseful #ownvoices book about African immigrants and their New York employers tackles race, class, and the economy through many lenses at the time of the Recession.

The Complete Oprah's Book Club List (Updated 1996-the present) with Summaries and Reviews

Let's get to it! Below is the complete Oprah's book club list with all of Oprah's book recommendations, updated from 1996 to the present.

Shop this entire list in my Amazon shop.

Rating system: I have also added ratings in the form of "stars" for the books recommended by Oprah I have read (from 1 star to 5 stars - and my ratings do vary greatly here) as well as short summaries for each one, so you can better determine if it may be for you or not.

The Deep End of the Ocean by Jacquelyn Mitchard

A family copes with the disappearance of their child.


Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

New York Times bestselling novel

This book follows the life of the son of the richest Black family in a small town. 


The Book of Ruth by Jane Hamilton

Winner of the 1989 PEN/Hemingway Foundation Award  for best first novel

An award-winning book about a woman who comes to terms with her relationship with her mother after her father's death.


She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb

New York Times bestselling extraordinary coming-of-age odyssey

A teenage girl welcomes womanhood and is intent on conquering her insecurities.


Stones From the River by Ursula Hegi

A woman who is a dwarf grapples with Nazism in Germany while learning that all humans are unique.


The Rapture of Canaan by Sheri Reynolds

A teenager fears her grandfather, the leader of a strict Christian congregation after she becomes pregnant.


Songs in Ordinary Time by Mary McGarry Morris

A vulnerable divorcee becomes prey of a con man.


The Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou

Angelou's autobiography of her move to New York from California with her son and the Black artists that shaped her. 


A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines

Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award

A Black man, is the sole survivor of a shooting that left a white store owner killed.


Ellen Foster by Kaye Gibbons

Winner of the American Academy of Arts and Letters' Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation's Citation for Fiction

A young girl plots the death of her father.


A Virtuous Woman by Kay Gibbons

An unexpected couple finds solace in their differences.


The Meanest Thing to Say by Bill Cosby

The Treasure Hunt by Bill Cosby

The Best Way to Play by Bill Cosby

(Of note, I listed the books Oprah selected by Bill Cosby long ago in order to make this Oprah's Book Club list complete, but based on his recent convictions, I am choosing not to provide summaries or links to those books.)


Paradise by Toni Morrison

This book explores race relations in Oklahoma, including a battle between two communities, one of which is led by women refusing to give up their freedom.


Here on Earth by Alice Hoffman

A woman returns to her hometown and faces her past, which includes a man with whom she was previously in love.


Black and Blue by Anna Quindlen

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

A woman runs away from her abusive husband to give her son a better life


Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat

A 12-year-old girl is forced to move to New York to live with her mother, who has not been involved in her upbringing. 


I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb

#1 New York Times Bestseller

An honest, humorous account of mental illness, domestic abuse, and family dysfunction.


What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day by Pearl Cleage

A woman leaves Atlanta to return to her rural home.


Midwives by Chris Bohjalian

More than two million copies sold!

A midwife is accused of accidentally killing a baby's mother after saving the baby during an emergency C-section.


Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts

(4 stars; my high school English class enjoyed this one!)

#1 New York Times Bestseller

A pregnant teen finds herself living in a Wal-Mart in the South.


Jewel by Bret Lott

A mother-daughter story about a woman and her last born daughter.


This book tells of a relationship between a young man and a woman twice his age who ends up on trial for a war crime.


The Pilot's Wife by Anita Shreve

 #1 Bestseller

A woman deals with the death of her husband and the things she didn't know about him.


White Oleander by Janet Fitch

The popular coming-of-age story of a girl who bounces between foster homes after separation from her mother.


Mother of Pearl by Melinda Haynes

A portrayal of racism and small-town life in 1950s Mississippi.


Tara Road by Maeve Binchy

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Two women swap lives for a summer and learn each other's secrets. 


River, Cross My Heart by Breena Clarke

Acclaimed Bestseller

An African American couple's lives change after the death of their five-year-old daughter.


Vinegar Hill by A. Manette Ansay

A woman moves in with her in-laws, raises two children, and deals with her husband's unemployment.


A Map of The World by Jane Hamilton

A family is permanently changed after they witness their neighbor's daughter drown in a pool.


Gap Creek by Robert Morgan

New York Times Bestseller

A woman navigates adulthood after getting married soon after her brother's death. 


Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende

(4 stars; a slow burn that's heavily character driven, but weaves a truly memorable tale of self-discovery)

A Chilean orphan creates a new life during the 19th-century California Gold Rush in this utterly unique, feminist, coming-of-age, friendship saga. 


Back Roads by Tawni O'Dell

New York Times bestselling debut 

The story of the son of a woman who was jailed for murdering his father, who was a serial abuser.


The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

(4 stars. Excellent, but also very, very difficult subject matter. Also a Read with Jenna book club pick.)

An 11-year-old African American girl who prays for beauty grows into herself.

Related post: Best The Bluest Eye Quotes


While I Was Gone by Sue Miller

The re-appearance of a former housemate forces a woman to face the skeletons in her closet.


The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

A family led by an evangelical Baptist father unravels when they are tested during a mission to Africa. 


Open House by Elizabeth Berg

A woman deals with divorce while raising her son.


Drowning Ruth by Christina Schwarz

#1 New York Times bestseller

The family of Mathilda Neumann changes after she dies in a freezing lake.


House of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III

  • The National Book Award finalist
  • #1 New York Times bestseller

Three people attempt to live the American Dream, with intertwining lives. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates

New York Times Notable Book

The hopeful story of a family in crisis.


Icy Sparks by Gwyn Hyman Rubio

New York Times Notable Book

A girl finds herself in eastern Kentucky in the 1950s. 


Stolen Lives by Malika Oufkir and Michèle Fitoussi

The memoir of Malika Oufki, who was adopted by the King of Morocco when she was five.


Cane River by Lalita Tademy

New York Times bestseller

A multi-generational story of women born slaves.


The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen

Winner of the 2001 National Book Award for Fiction

An entertaining book about a family in chaos as the matriarch attempts to bring them home for Christmas.


A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry

The story of four people who share a cramped apartment in India in the 1970s. 


Fall on Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald

A multi-generational saga of four sisters dealing with ambition, family and forbidden love.


Sula by Toni Morrison

(4 stars; my favorite Toni Morrison book)

Amazon Teachers' Pick

Two African American girls in Ohio hold a secret that follows them and threatens their friendship.


East of Eden By John Steinbeck

(5 stars; this is one of my all time favorite books and an excellent character-driven novel!)

A compulsively readable retelling of the story of Cain and Abel told through the Hamilton and Trask families, sharing themes of good versus evil.


Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton

An immediate worldwide bestseller

A re-telling of the history of apartheid in South Africa, told from both sides. 


One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez

The magical realism story of the rise and fall of a mythical town told through the history of the Buendiá family. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers

A coming-of-age story with themes of loneliness and isolation amidst racial disparity in the South.


Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

The classic Russian story of a married woman who falls for a wealthy army officer destroys her family and her happiness.  This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck

(2 stars; the only thing I recall about this book was being really bored by it in high school)

The rags-to-riches story of a peasant Chinese farmer.


As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner

A family travels across Mississippi to mourn their matriarch.  This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner

(4 stars; my high school English class enjoyed this one!)

The post-Civil War tragedy of the Southern Compson family, including the memorable "manchild" Benjy.  This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


Light in August by William Faulkner

Three lives intersect in Jefferson, Mississippi.


A Million Little Pieces by James Frey

A memoir about rehab that faced a lot of controversy in Oprah Winfrey's book club over its truthfulness.


Night By Elie Wiesel

(5 stars; a must read on Oprah's reading list!)

Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize

An autobiographical account of survival in the Holocaust. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier

The memoir of the esteemed and award-winning African American actor.


The Road by Cormac McCarthy

  • NATIONAL BESTSELLER
  • WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE

A post-apocalyptic novel about a father and son's fight to survive.


Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize

An LGBT story about growing up female but struggling between male and female identity. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez

International Bestseller and modern literary classic

An epic 50 year love story.


The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett

#1 New York Times Bestseller

An 800 page book about the erection of a Gothic cathedral in the 12th century.


A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

A spiritual guide for life in the present.


The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski

#1 New York Times Bestseller

A mute boy with a peaceful life experiences trauma.


Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan

Short stories of childhood in Africa.


Freedom by Jonathan Franzen

  • #1 National Bestseller
  • Winner of the John Gardner Fiction Award
  • A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist
  • A Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist

Behind the veil of a picture-perfect family in Minnesota.


Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

The story of orphan Pip from humble beginnings to manhood. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

Two men love the same woman amidst the Reign of Terror. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


Wild by Cheryl Strayed

#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER

A woman's memoir of self-discovery after her mother's death and a severed marriage. This book is also on the Rory Gilmore book list.


The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis

The matriarch of an African American family tackles love and loss through the Great Migration. 


The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd

#1 New York Times Bestseller

The 35 year journey of an abolitionist from South Carolina, her sister and their slave.


Ruby by Cynthia Bond

New York Times bestseller

A woman faces her childhood demons in the face of racial injustice.


The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

  • Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award
  • #1 New York Times bestseller

A teenage slave runs away from a cotton plantation.


Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle

(2 stars; I personally didn't connect with Doyle or this book at all!)

#1 New York Times Bestseller

A memoir of betrayal and self-discovery inspiring others to confront the pain and accept love.


Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

(5 stars; one of my favorite books recommended by Oprah and an excellent Black Lives Matter book! For more, read my full review of Behold the Dreamers)

  • New York Times Bestseller
  • Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award
  • Longlisted for the PEN/Open Book Award
  • An ALA Notable Book
  • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY: NPR • The New York Times Book Review • San Francisco Chronicle • The Guardian • St. Louis Post-Dispatch • Chicago Public Library • BookPage • Refinery29 • Kirkus Reviews 

A suspenseful #ownvoices book about African immigrants and their New York employers tackles race, class and the economy through many lenses at the time of the Recession.


An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

  • NEW YORK TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST NOTABLE BOOK
  • A 2018 BEST OF THE YEAR SELECTION OF NPR, TIMEBUSTLEO, THE OPRAH MAGAZINETHE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, AMAZON.COM
  • WINNER OF THE 2019 NAACP IMAGE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING LITERARY WORK—FICTION
  • LONGLISTED FOR THE 2018 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR FICTION

(4 stars; I liked it overall as an interesting take of the consequences of false convictions. For more, read my full review of An American Marriage.)

A love triangle involving a new marriage and a false conviction.


The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton

(5 stars; a page turner and a must read Black Lives Matter book that's also a best seller on my blog!)

  • New York Times bestseller
  • Winner of the 2019 Moore Prize
  • Finalist, Dayton Peace Prize, 2019

A man falsely convicted of murder spends 30 years on Death Row before his release in this unforgettable memoir.


Becoming by Michelle Obama

(4 stars; absolutely loved it!)

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER 

The memorable and moving memoir of the first African American First Lady of the United States.


The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

A young slave on a plantation in Virginia has a power that saves his life when he nearly drowns in a river.


Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout

(5 stars; one of my favorite recent reads and a great book for mothers!)

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

A curmudgeon touches upon major life themes in short snippets of real life. For more info, read my full review of Olive, Again.


American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

#1 New York Times Bestseller

A Mexican woman and her son immigrate to the United States after their family is murdered by a cartel. A very controversial book on Oprah's reading list! 


Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of An American Family by Robert Kolker

  • #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
  • ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES TOP TEN BOOKS OF THE YEAR
  • ONE OF THE WALL STREET JOURNAL TOP TEN BOOKS OF THE YEAR
  • PEOPLE'S #1 BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR
  • Named a BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR by The New York TimesThe Washington Post, NPR, TIMESlateSmithsonian, The New York Post, and Amazon

The story of a mid-century American family with twelve children, six of whom were diagnosed with schizophrenia, and how their lives helped scientists understand the disease.


Deacon King Kong by James McBride

  • Named one of the Top Ten Books of the Year by the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and TIME Magazine
  • Washington Post Notable Novel

In 1969, a church deacon goes into the courtyard of the Cause Houses housing project in south Brooklyn and shoots the project's drug dealer at point-blank range. This is the story of the causes and consequences of the violent act.


Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson

(5 stars; a compulsively readable game changer and a must-read book recommended by Oprah -- one of my Best Books of 2020!)

  • #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
  • NATIONAL BOOK AWARD LONGLIST

Pulitzer Prize–winning, bestselling author Wilkerson explores the caste system that has shaped America and explains how we are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions in this revealing modern American classic.
 


Books that helped Oprah "through"

A change to Oprah's book club list! In October 2020, Oprah chose to highlight seven books that helped her "through" in lieu of an official book club selection. They are:

  1. The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
  2. The Soul of America by Jon Meacham (#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER)
  3. Devotions by Mary Oliver (NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER)
  4. The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
  5. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER • NAMED ONE OF TIME’S TEN BEST NONFICTION BOOKS OF THE DECADE • PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST • NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD FINALIST)
  6. Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison (NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER)
  7. When the Light of the World was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through edited by Joy Harjo

Marilynne Robinson's Gilead Novels

In yet another departure from traditional, in March 2021, Oprah selected a collection of four related novels set in the town of Gilead, Iowa by Marilynne Robinson as the next picks on Oprah's Book Club list:

1 - Gilead

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critics Circle Award 

In Gilead, new the end of his life a Reverend writes to his son about the tension between his father--an ardent pacifist--and his grandfather, whose relics from the fight between the abolitionists and those settlers who wanted to vote Kansas into the union as a slave state.


2 - Home

  • WINNER OF THE ORANGE PRIZE 2009
  • A 2008 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST
  • WINNER OF THE LOS ANGELES TIMES BOOK PRIZE
  • New York Times Bestseller
  • Washington Post Best Book of the Year
  • Los Angeles Times Best Book of the Year
  • San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of the Year

Home is a brilliant retelling of the prodigal son parable, set in the same Iowa town as Gilead at the same moment.


3- Lila

  • Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award
  • National Book Award Finalist

Lila is a homeless girl alone after years of roaming, and after she steps inside an Iowa church for shelter from the rain, she ignites a romance and a debate that will reshape her life by becoming the wife of the minister.


4 - Jack

  • New York Times bestseller
  • Named a Best Book of 2020 by the Australian Book ReviewAV Club, Books-a-Million, Electric Literature, Esquire, the Financial TimesGood Housekeeping (UK), The GuardianKirkus Reviews, Literary Hub, the New Statesman, the New York Public Library, NPR, the Star Tribune, and TIME

Jack is the story of the prodigal son of Gilead’s Presbyterian minister, and his star-crossed interracial romance with Della Miles, a high school teacher who is also the child of a preacher.


The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris

  • Indie Next pick

In The Sweetness of Water, two brothers freed by the Emancipation Proclamation stay on the homestead of a farmer and his wife, whose son died in the Civil War and are hoping the brothers will help them process their grief.
 
Parallel to their story is a forbidden romance between two Confederate soldiers. When their secret is revealed, there are repercussions on the entire community, which deeply needs healing.
 


The Love Songs of W.E.B. DuBois by Honoree Fanonne Jeffers 

  • Longlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize
  • An Indie Next Pick
  • A People 5 Best Books of the Summer
  • Good Morning America 15 Summer Book Club Picks
  • An Essence Best Book of the Summer
  • Time 11 Best Books of the Month
  • Washington Post 10 Books of the Month
  • A CNN Best Book of the Month
  • Ms. Most Anticipated Book of the Year
  • A Goodreads Most Anticipated Book of the Year
  • Book Page Writer to Watch
  • USA Today Hottest Summer Book
  • Chicago Tribune Summer Must-Read
  • An Observer Best Summer Book
  • A Millions Most Anticipated Book
  • Ms. Book of the Month
  • BiblioLifestyle Most Anticipated Literary Book of the Summer
  • Deep South Best Book of the Summer
  • Winner of an AudioFile Earphones Award 

In The Love Songs of W.E.B. DuBois, 2020 National Book Award–nominated poet makes her fiction debut. Young Ailey lives the "double consciousness" problem of race in America that scholar W.E.B. DuBois wrote about. She descends from both a revered choreographer and slaves.

While she is raised in the North, she spends her summers in a small Georgia town, where her ancestors once arrived as slaves. She comes to terms with her identity when she uncovers shocking truths about her family's pasts. In doing so, she must embrace her double consciousness.


Bewilderment by Richard Powers

  • Shortlisted for the 2021 Booker Prize
  • Longlisted for the 2021 National Book Award for Fiction

In Bewilderment, an astrobiologist searches for life in cosmos while raising his unusual nine-year-old, Robin, alone, after the death of his wife.

While Robin is warm and kind, a lover of endangered animals, he's also troubled and about to be expelled from school. His father wants to avoid giving Robin medication, but becomes interested in experimental treatment that will train Robin on the recorded patterns of his mother’s brain

This is a story of love between a father and son, life beyond, and truths about our imperiled planet.


The Way of Integrity by Martha Beck

(3 stars. This one didn't connect with me as much as I hoped. It felt too focused on the author and not the reader to me.)

INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

In the self-help book The Way of Integrity, Beck relies on Dante's Inferno to offer a life-changing four-stage process for finding integrity. In doing so, you will find purpose, emotional healing, and a life free of mental suffering.  Get ready to leave behind all of that which is weighing you down.

Finding Me by Viola Davis

Finding Me is the famous actress's memoir about her life's journey from a small apartment in Central Falls, Rhode Island, to the stages of New York City and the sets of Hollywood. Davis states they she wrote it "[f]or anyone who needs reminding that a life worth living can only be born from radical honesty and the courage to shed facades and be . . . you."


Nightcrawling by Leila Motley

Nightcrawling follows Kiara and her brother, Marcus, who are high school dropouts with a troubled family history, as they scrape by in East Oakland.

One night, a drunken misunderstanding leads Kiara to a job nightcrawling, and she becomes exposed as a key witness in a massive scandal within the Oakland Police Department.


That Bird Has My Wings by Jarvis Jay Masters

That Bird Has My Wings is the memoir of a young Black man on Death Row. In 1990, he was serving a sentence for armed robbery when he was implicated as an accessory in the murder of a prison guard. 

In maximum security on Death Row, he tells the story of how he came to embrace Buddhism after a lifetime filled with drug-addicted parents, an abusive foster family, and crime.

Now, he remains on Death Row, and a growing group of people who believe in his innocence is actively working to free him.


That concludes Oprah's Book Club List!

PHEW! I hope this complete Oprah's Book Club list inspired you to add some books recommended by Oprah to your TBR list.

Where to start: If you are still feeling overwhelmed or uncertain by Oprah's reading list, I recommend you first check out my most beloved picks. My blog readers seem to agree, as these are also some of the bestselling books on my blog:

  • Becoming: The memorable and moving memoir of the first African American First Lady of the United States.
  • The Sun Does Shine: A man falsely convicted of murder spends 30 years on Death Row before his release in this unforgettable memoir.
  • East of Eden: A compulsively readable retelling of the story of Cain and Abel told through the Hamilton and Trask families, sharing themes of good versus evil.
  • Olive, Again: A curmudgeon you can't help but love touches upon major life themes in short snippets of real life.
  • Behold the Dreamers: A suspenseful #ownvoices book about African immigrants and their New York employers tackles race, class, and the economy through many lenses at the time of the Recession.

Or, shop this entire list in one spot in my Amazon shop.


Lastly, pin this post to Pinterest because I will be updating it over time with new selections from Oprah's book club list.

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Anita P Brown

Wednesday 10th of February 2021

Thank you for the summaries and star ratings on the books. I really appreciated this . Very helpful!

Jules Buono

Wednesday 10th of February 2021

You are SO welcome!

Dara

Tuesday 3rd of March 2020

I've actually read some of the older ones on the list that were quite good - Black and Blue , What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day, Midwives, Middlesex, The Pilot's Wife, White Oleander, Tara Road, etc.

Julianne Buonocore

Tuesday 3rd of March 2020

I definitely want to catch up on those.

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