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Oprah Winfrey Books on Kindle

Updated on December 10, 2014

Looking for Oprah books? Find them here on Kindle.

When Oprah Winfrey speaks, people listen. When Oprah recommends books, people read - and more and more people are following Oprah's lead by reading her book club selections on Kindle.

On this page you'll find the Oprah Book Club list of books with links to the Kindle ebook editions when available (some titles are not available for Kindle).

In case you haven't joined the e-reader revolution yet, we'll help you choose and buy a Kindle - and we'll even show you how to read Kindle books without a Kindle.

If you'd still rather hold the paperback book in your hands, no worries. We've got that covered, too, but we think you'll love reading Oprah books on Kindle as much as we do.

What's the newest book on Oprah's book club list? Look for it at the top of the list below.

In a hurry? Click here to find all the Oprah's Book Club selections on Kindle.

Oprah's Books on Kindle 2010

Charles Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations - in one volume.
Charles Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations - in one volume. | Source

A Tale of Two Cities By Charles Dickens

Two classics in one volume by Charles Dickens.

Oprah's latest book club selection - number 65 of her book club series, announced Monday, December 6, 2010, is A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations: Two Novels by Charles Dickens in one volume.

Both titles are also available free in the Kindle store.

According to the Amazon press release, "The Penguin edition includes illustrations of 18th century fashion and culture in Dickens' Victorian world, information about the early reception for both "A Tale of Two Cities" and "Great Expectations," a filmography of Dickens' novels, further reading about the author as well as what informed the thematic elements of these classic novels." (The Penguin edition is shown and linked above.)

Freedom: A Novel by Jonathan Franzen

Oprah Book Club's first 2010 selection.

Jonathan Franzen appeared on Oprah's show Monday, December 6, 2010, to discuss Freedom: A Novel, the 64th Oprah Book Club selection and the first selection of 2010.

POLL: Do You Read Oprah Book Club Books? - Do you prefer Kindle ebooks or regular paper books?

First came the paperback book, lighter than a hardbound version but still bulky and heavy to carry if you had a stack of them. Then came the Amazon Kindle ebook reader and carrying an entire library of books on a device weighing only a few ounces became a reality. Next came free Kindle reading apps that allow you to read your Kindle books, including Oprah Book Club books, on your PC, Mac, iPad, iPod, BlackBerry, or Android phone - no Kindle needed!

So, tell us. . .

Do you read Oprah books?

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Oprah's Books on Kindle 2009

Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan - 2009 Oprah Book Club selection.

Just one book was chosen for the year 2009.

"Awe-inspiring collection of stories that challenges you to look beyond the headlines and see an Africa full of both joy and despair."

Reviewers say: "Art in the horrific details." "You will be a different person after you read this book." "Fascinating and deeply emotional book."

More of Oprah's Picks

  • The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski
  • A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose by Eckhart Tolle
  • The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier
  • Middlesex: A Novel
  • The Road by Cormac Mccarthy
  • Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy
  • Cry, the Beloved Country
  • East of Eden

Night by Elie Wiesel - The 2006 Oprah Book Club Selection

About Night by Ellie Wiesel, Oprah Winfrey said, "I gain courage from his courage."

In Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel's memoir Night, a scholarly, pious teenager is wracked with guilt at having survived the horror of the Holocaust and the genocidal campaign that consumed his family. His memories of the nightmare world of the death camps present him with an intolerable question: how can the God he once so fervently believed in have allowed these monstrous events to occur? There are no easy answers in this harrowing book, which probes life's essential riddles with the lucid anguish only great literature achieves. It marks the crucial first step in Wiesel's lifelong project to bear witness for those who died.

Are you an Oprah book fan? - If so, which book is your favorite?

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      Treasures By Brenda 4 years ago from Canada

      @TransplantedSoul: It is! I think of it as yet another way to enjoy a great story.

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      TransplantedSoul 4 years ago

      A Kindle sounds like a great way to read. My favourite book is The Magus by John Fowles.

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      CruiseReady 6 years ago from East Central Florida

      I've never watched Oprah's TV show, but it is nice that she includes books as part of her format.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 6 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      I'm reading Unbroken on my Kindle right now. I didn't see it on her list but it sure is good and I love reading on my Kindle.

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      tandemonimom lm 7 years ago

      I read, but I've no idea if I've read any Oprah-recommended books or not! Dickens, yes, but I didn't know she recommended it until I saw this lens.

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      Mickie Goad 7 years ago

      I used to read all the Oprah books when she first started the list. In fact, the first book she introduced is still one of my all time favorites.

      Today (Dec. 6, 2010) when she announced her new selection, Oprah did say she would always love the paper books, but that the Kindle was the best thing for travel. I found that interesting.

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      Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

      I'm not aware that I have read any Oprah books but I sure have heard about them!

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      Dianne Loomos 7 years ago

      I've read a few Oprah picks. She seems to choose pretty good ones.

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      Joan4 7 years ago

      I do love a great book! Can't wait to get me a Kindle!