Looking for a great book to read?
Below are 25 of our favorite books for men from a myriad of subjects to get you started:
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
This is arguably the greatest novel ever written. Though commonly thought of as a love story, it is so much more. It deals with the concepts of family, love, betrayal, technology, nature and more.
The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Another masterpiece of Russian literature. This novel is a bit darker and heavier than Anna Karenina, but perhaps more powerful in its message.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
A classic tale of bravery and justice (or injustice, perhaps). I actually don’t care for much of the book, but Atticus Finch is one of my favorite fictional charachters.
Travel & Adventure
Dark Star Safari by Paul Theroux
An overland trip from Cairo to Cape Town has the author travel through the heart of Africa. Theroux is a superb writer, and his commentary on the different countries and people is excellent.
Naughty Nomad: Not Your Typical Backpacker Story by Mark Zolo
This is one of the most entertaining travelogues I’ve read. Mark Zolo is a wild one and he gets himself into many hilarious and dangerous situations (Amazon).
A Dead Bat In Paraguay by Roosh V
Roosh V spends 13 months trekking around South America trying to get laid. A great travel memoir, especially if you’re looking to head to the continent (Amazon).
Poosy Paradise by Roosh V
Somewhat similar to the previous book, but Poosy Paradise is more focused on finding the perfect place to meet women. It takes him to Romania, where all is not what it at first seems (Amazon).
A Bachelor’s Guide to Central America by Masculine Profiles
A must-read for men looking to travel to Central America (Review).
Around the World in 50 Years by Albert Podell
Albert travels to every country on Earth. Hilarity ensues (Review).
Sex & Dating
How to Fuck Women Properly by Will Freeman
A fantastic resource on having mind-blowing sex. Not only are techniques included, but there’s even a great chapter on ‘drugs’ and other ‘tools’ to enhance your sex life (Review).
How to Get Laid on Tinder by Will Freeman
The definitive guide to making the most of this popular dating app (Review).
Pantheon by Quintus Curtius
Pantheon, and all of Quintus’ essays are excellent choices. They’re full of masculine wisdom and anecdotes about history’s greatest men. Superb writing and story telling (Review).
The Way of Men by Jack Donovan
If you’re wondering what happened to masculine virtues in the West, Jack Donovan will explain (Review).
Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich
A great book on changing your outlook on life. It discusses everything from material wealth, to SEO, to supplements (Review).
What’s Wrong With The World by G. K. Chesterton
Chesterton foresaw many of the issues that would face the Western world. If only people took heed (Review).
Escape From Freedom by Erich Fromm
An incredibly insightful book on why people cling to authoritarianism and powerful leaders.
Government Zero by Michael Savage
Savage is one of the few ‘mainstream’ pundits who really gets what is happening to America. He breaks down everything the globalists are doing to destroy this country (Review).
SJW’s Always Lie by Vox Day
SJW’s always lie because their agenda is blatantly false and they need to subvert the truth. Vox day breaks this all down in the book (Review).
The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson
The global economy is changing rapidly. Traditional jobs are going the way of dinosaurs. Prepare yourself before it’s too late (Review).
Self-Development and Finances
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
One of the greatest self-improvement books of all time. It teaches you the skills and mindset you need to get people to like you and do the things you want.
Choose Yourself! by James Altucher
Altucher tells you to ‘Choose Yourself’, that is, to stop spending your time making other people wealthy and develop your own ideas and businesses (Review).
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This book is so important because it simply nails the idea into your head that if you think it you can make it happen. Such a crucial concept to internalize.
Bachelor Pad Economics by Aaron Clarey
An important book for all men that’ll help you understand all aspects of finance such as ‘retirement’ planning, taxes, and why working a job sucks (Review).
Confessions of an Online Hustler by Matt Forney
A must-read for aspiring bloggers. Matt knows his stuff and will show you how you can build a popular website and avoid all the potential problems that come with it.
Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
This book turns networking into an art. Recommended highly for people in the business world (Review).
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