@Grimm1390 - I also vouch for Rollo Tomassi’s The Rational Male series. There are 3 books so far in the series and a 4th is coming up. (Warning! These books might result in anger against the world for feeding you nothing or worse, crap with regard to knowledge of men and women. But I feel most users in this forum are “red-pilled” enough to have already gone through that)
Amen to Robert Glover’s No More Mr Nice Guy too. It’s an excellent book to start especially if you can’t handle relationships with women and if you want to grow some basic backbone.
I just heard of the Book of Pook being mentioned in Rollo Tomassi’s live stream on youtube 2 or 3 days ago. A person chatting with him had mentioned it and even Rollo vouched for it. So that makes it potentially a very good book.
Day Bang by Roosh is also phenomenal. And real fun to read ;).
Other books on masculinity are
Books by Jack Donovan:
-The Way of Men
-Becoming a Barbarian
-A More Complete Beast
-King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Moore and Gillette (a classic on archetypes of masculinity)
-Iron John by Robert Bly (a very beautiful book that shows that old tales, and in this case a particular old fable, have deep lessons for boys and their initiation to manhood)
-The Way of the Superior Man by David Dieda (another all time classic but with a softer and more mellow tone)
Other than that, I also recommend the Tim Ferris series (yeah I have a thing for collecting series of books in case you noticed). They are:
-The 4 Hour Work Week
-The 4 Hour Body
-The 4 Hour Chef
-Tools for Titans
-Tribe of Mentors
(excellent books for health and wealth)
Have some more books to recommend sitting on my bookshelves but will do so after I have read them.