Oprah’s book club is a cultural force. A book that may be ejected by the general public on the list of bestsellers after being selected. It is estimated that the so-called “Oprah effect” has sold more than 60 million book clubs, and it has made several authors a household name. It goes without saying that authors will be happy to kill their list of books, but don’t bother to submit a consideration. Oprah Winfrey is personally and solely responsible for selecting books from her book club, and her report is reported to be based on her favorite content and moving her content. Despite this, her producers receive hundreds of books and manuscripts every week, because writers will beg for consideration. It is said that she did not sort out the people they were looking for to make her look. Instead, she read something and thought, “This is great,” including work. Oprah’s book club has always been considered to restore the culture of literary discussion, and it represents one of the most enduring legacy of the original Oprah Winfrey show. When Oprah Winfrey showed off, the original book club was suspended for a while, and then it became Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 in 2012, now based on Winfrey’s OWN network.