Kim Kardashian and Chrissy Teigen Are Starting a Book Club and We Want In!

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Kim Kardashian West and her good pal, Chrissy Teigen, are taking a page from Oprah Winfrey's book.

The 36-year-old reality superstar announced on Thursday that the two, along with celeb hairstylist Jen Atkin, are starting a book club. Kim also announced her first selection, which is Betty J. Eadie's best-selling Embraced by the Light: The Most Profound and Complete Near-Death Experience Ever.

Her choice of book is pointed given her own traumatizing Paris robbery in October.

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"It's a story of a woman who died during surgery &came back 2life," Kim tweeted. "She shares her journey of what heaven is like. It’s so good by @BettyJEadie."

Kim said the trio are currently setting up the club, and starting it on Monday. For now, the group isn't exclusive.

"Everyone's invited!!!" the mother of two tweeted.

When a Twitter user asked how they could join, Teigen replied, "I think you just get the book and read, my dude/dudette."

... Though fans can also look forward to Kim reviewing and recommending books on her official app.

Last week, Kim tweeted about meeting Eadie, calling her her favorite author.

"Today was such a good day!" she wrote. "I spoke to my favorite author @BettyJEadie This seriously made my soul smile! I feel so enlightened by our convo! I've read her book Embraced by the Light, that is about her near death experience & it's helped me live my life in such a full way."

"Any good books I should start reading?" she also tweeted on Tuesday. "I love reading before I fall asleep and need a new book."

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Kim is currently working with French authorities to help determine who robbed her at gunpoint in Paris. A source close to Kim told ET that she met with her attorneys and a French judge on Wednesday in New York to answer questions about the incident, in hopes of identifying the alleged robbers.

"She wants this to be over, but is happy that justice is finally being served," the source said. "Kim is very appreciative to the French authorities and everyone who has been involved in finding these men who did this to her. She has been cooperating every step of the way."

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