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Peter Thiel’s Favorite Books

Peter Thiel favorite books  first added on 2/15/2018 – this page will have time stamps with further updates

Although, he has never authored one, Peter Thiel has recommended a bunch of books over the years. We were  not able to find many but we strive for accuracy so if we are missing some recommendations please hit us an email at info@valuewalk.com with name of book and the source of the recommendation. We also want to mention that we earn an affiliate fee if you purchase the book through these links it’s not enough money to buy human blood to inject in attempt to make yourself more youthful (or a garbage bankrupt website which rhymes with Stalker.com), but it might be enough to pay for a used edition of Zero to One (or the cost of theactual value add of a website which rhymes with whaker.com)

Also note if you want to see my review of Bloodlands check it out here

Also check out our full investor recommendation book list right here

Book NameAuthorPublish DateSourceAmazon Link
100 Plus: How the Coming Age of Longevity Will Change Everything, From Careers and Relationships to Family and FaithSonia Arrison2011farnamstreetblog.com
Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and StalinTimothy Snyder2012farnamstreetblog.com
Resurrection from the Underground: Feodor Dostoevsky (Studies in Violence, Mimesis, & Culture)Rene Girard2012farnamstreetblog.com
Sir Francis Bacon: The New AtlantisSir Francis Bacon2010farnamstreetblog.com
The American ChallengeJean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber1967farnamstreetblog.com
The Great Illusion A Study of the Relation of Military Power to National AdvantageNorman Angell2012farnamstreetblog.com
The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer (Bantam Spectra Book)Neal Stephenson2000farnamstreetblog.com
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FuturePeter Thiel2014farnamstreetblog.com
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, Revised EditionRobert B. Cialdini2006foundr.com

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