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9 Greatest Books Men Under 30 Need To Read

It’s never too late to learn more, but these books are simply must reads before turning 30.

Turning thirty is quite a milestone. You will have learnt so much over those three decades that you’re ready for much more.
If you’re not there yet, then consider boosting your experience in life as a man, by reading this accessible list of books.
There is a great range of different topics that men should know about before they turn thirty, so check the short descriptions of each book and prioritize what you’d benefit the most from!

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#1 Battle Endurance by Nate Battle

Battle Endurance by Nate BattleGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Let’s face it, life is hard, it is going to be unfair, and people simply don’t always play by the rules. Given that, it’s best to equip yourself, sooner rather than later, with a tool to help you manage through the challenges you will inevitably face in life so you can find and live your true purpose. This book will help you do just that. It lays out a roadmap on how you can look beyond challenges, expectations, and facades to be your true self.

It was written with the idea that was as the reader can replace the challenges presented with your own, being able to see yourself while learning how to let go, work through conflict, obstacles, and difficulties and limiting negative self-talk, one step, action, moment and battle at a time. It speaks to how we are, at times distracted by false beliefs and faulty thinking. Shared are many stories, and approaches on letting go, how to live in the present, and have a full and more peaceful life. It’s engaging and relatable while including an honest selection of experiences readers of all ages will find as useful tools to help live a full life.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#2 Investing QuickStart Guide by Ted D. Snow

Investing QuickStart Guide by Ted D. SnowGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The best day to start investing was yesterday. The second best day is today. No one likes thinking about retirement but failing to plan for the future is a critical mistake. For many people, their careers are getting underway in their mid to late twenties and when those paychecks are coming in you are doing yourself a disservice by not learning how to invest.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#3 Rich Dad Poor Dad By Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad By Robert T. KiyosakiGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book will teach you how to properly manage your finances and build assets. This is a must read book before turning 30 years old.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#4 I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg by Don Allison

I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg by Don Allison Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg: A Journalist’s Journey Into the Paranormal can have a tremendous impact on how young adults view the world around them.

There is much more to our existence than what we consider the normal world. IF we open our minds, we can experience the parnanormal – that beyond the normal – including evidence that our personalities, our energies, our souls if you will, continue on after our physical bodies are gone.

This exploration is by award-winning journalist, columnist and newspaper editor Don Allison. These are not collections of ghost stories, but rather explore Don’s personal encounters with the paranormal at his historic Ohio home and at the iconic Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg. These books are designed to open the minds of people who don’t believe in ghosts or spirits, or are curious and want to know more, in the words of a former skeptic who has put his reputation as a journalist on the line by addressing this often taboo topic.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#5 Raising Men by Eric Davis

Raising Men by Eric DavisGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

As you get closer to your 30s, you are more and more likely to have your first child. And even if you aren’t about to have a kid, you can still learn a thing or two from this reading suggestion.

For those that are having a kid, this book covers everything you need to know about the importance of bonding with your kids, the importance of making time for what is truly important, and some important concepts to instill in your children.

That’s because it is written by Eric Davis. A man who spent 16 years in the military, 10 years as a SEAL, and had spent the majority of his life growing up without a father figure. So as he was away, he hated how normal it became for his family and himself that he was always away.

This book is his guide on how to connect or reconnect with your kids again and how to raise them as a strong father.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#6 Weapons of Mass Disablement by Ionah Arbuthnott

Weapons of Mass Disablement by Ionah ArbuthnottGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

In this fictional novel, Israel, a country which passionately desires peace with its neighbors, is surrounded by countries ideologically driven and fanatically dedicated to its total destruction. The country posing the greatest threat is Iran, which is establishing huge arsenals of guided missiles in Lebanon, Syria, and Gaza while arming and training huge proxy armies of known terrorist organizations.

Their plan is to attack Israel with hundreds of thousands of guided missiles fired from Lebanon, Syria, and Gaza, inflicting death and destruction upon the country. However, Israel has a secret weapon which can disable missiles, without alerting the enemy. The challenge now is how to deploy their new weapon without its detection and capture in enemy territory after Iranians have been alerted to its existence. Israel needs a miracle to win through before then.

From an unlikely source, comes a secret device which could protect the new weapon from detection, but it’s now a race against time to test it and still succeed at disabling the entire missile arsenal threatening Israel before the missiles are launched in the first phase of the Iranians’ attack plan. The unfolding drama plays out not just in the field of battle but also in a secret laboratory in an Australian outback town and in the boardrooms of the leaders and the chief military advisors of Iran, Israel, the United States, and Russia. Can Israel be saved from the imminent threat of total destruction from a determined and fanatical enemy?

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#7 The Adventures of Harry Stone by Larry Horowitz

The Adventures of Harry Stone by Larry HorowitzGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Harry Stone is just an average kid, doing the best he can to keep out of trouble and do well in school. But life has other plans for him. He cannot sit idly by when others are being bullied or hurt in any way. With Rachel’s help, Harry must overcome a terrible childhood tragedy that eventually lands him in a Juvenile Detention Center for five years.

It is there that he first starts seeing the cursed seven mysterious letters-in his dreams, in the clouds, even in his cereal. Eventually he finishes his time in JD and hooks up with Rachel again, who introduces him to her new friend, Sherman, the smartest teenager in the world, who just happens to go to her high school. The three of them work together to solve the mysterious jumbled letters, but fall short of realizing the true meaning.

Their common interest in Astronomy bands them together, and, with Sherman leading the way, they all get jobs at NASA and embark on a space mission that changes the course of mankind. Harry’s wit and courage are stretched to the limit when they leave their galaxy and land on the evil planet of Glarb, ruled by values of deceit, torture, and technology. There, they are enslaved for life, which is usually not very long for slaves. Fortunately, they find an ally in one of the animals on Glarb, the gifted Snurdles. But will it be enough to escape before they are all killed?

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#8 Onco II and a Half: The Monster is Unmasked by Anthony Janicska-Boross

Onco II and a Half: The Monster is Unmasked by Anthony Janicska-BorossGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The planet is running out of food. In an attempt to end world hunger, a group of scientists have developed a product that is in itself alive. Though fully capable of fulfilling its designed purpose, this product-this entity, dubbed Creature- is becoming intelligent and dangerous. Even worse, the government now sees its potential use as a biological weapon.

Colleen Sans, the scientist in charge of studying and training the entity as it evolves, has developed a strange relationship with Creature behind the walls of a secret government research facility. When she and security officer Frank Vagyoczki learn the government wants to use Creature for military purposes, they escape and take Creature to an undisclosed location. Now Colleen and Frank must not only deal with their personal attraction to each other while defending against military offenses, but also must work to discover the true nature of Creature.

But will they find a way to stay one step ahead of their pursuers and keep Creature from becoming a tool for destruction before it is too late? In this continuing science fiction thriller, a scientist and security officer must do everything in their power to save a living organism from becoming a weapon of destruction in the hands of the government.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#9 The Defender of the Faith by Prakash Lothe

The Defender of the Faith by Prakash LotheGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Almost everyone in the Shirodkar household knows Shyam is a doomed child. The family astrologer, who is never wrong, has predicted that Shyam will encounter three, near-death accidents and will not survive the third. The question is not if but when the event will happen. As he grows up motherless in central India, Shyam is treated like a stepchild. While fearing he will be starved, branded, and sent to an orphanage, Shyam matures within his small, poor family while the political and social upheavals of the century threaten to destroy all of them.

As Shyam’s life journey leads him to a missionary college in Nagpur, he embraces Western influences that prompt him to question traditions and wisdom acquired through centuries. While Europe heads toward war, Shyam and his orthodox Hindu father become immersed in a moral struggle that erupts from a volcano of religious fanaticism and age-old traditions. Can the two men ever reach a resolution or will Shyam be left with more questions than answers and a void he will never be able to fill? Defender of the Faith is a powerful story of love, loss, resilience, and hope as an Indian boy comes of age and embraces Western values that cause friction between his father and him.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

Contributors to this article
Nate from Nate Battle Coach

Benjamin Sweeney from ClydeBank Media

Mike Gnitecki from Free Bonus Blog

Diane Eutsler from I Met a Ghost

Nick Rizzo from RunRepeat

Courtney Vasquez from Lavidge

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