Below is my libertarian reading list. I am only mentioning some of my favorite libertarian books. There are now thousands of libertarian books to choose from. I am just listing some of my favorites that have had an influence on me in the past.
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
This is my favorite fiction book and maybe my favorite overall. I am not a big fan of Rand's writing style. I don't completely agree with her philosophy. I don't think the book is that realistic and I think it gives a little too much credit to businessmen. With all of that said, it really is a must-read for any libertarian. It will take you a while, but it really is a great journey.
Fail Safe Investing by Harry Browne
For anyone who follows this blog should know, I am a big advocate of putting some of your money in a permanent portfolio as outlined in this book. I'm not sure if the book is libertarian, but it is written by a great libertarian.
Why Government Doesn't Work by Harry Browne
It's Harry Browne. Enough said.
The Great Libertarian Offer by Harry Browne
This book is more important than ever. As libertarians, we need to offer radical solutions to today's problems. We need to make Americans an offer they can't refuse. Would you be willing to give up your favorite federal programs if you never had to pay income taxes again?
How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World by Harry Browne
This is a self-help book that may be a great benefit to some people who feel trapped in their life.
How You Can Profit From the Coming Devaluation by Harry Browne
The fist 70 pages of this book was published again under the title of "99% of All You Need to Know about Money". If everyone read and understood this book, then we wouldn't have the monetary problems that we have today. It is very basic and very informative. Don't worry that this book was written so long ago. Just add a few zeros to the numbers and it's like it was written today.
Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt
A good primer on economic thinking.
The Law by Frederic Bastiat
Although this book was written over 160 years ago, it is a good short book on economics and liberty.
The Real Lincoln by Thomas DiLorenzo
It is important for all libertarians to be educated in the War Between the States (more commonly known as the Civil War).
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy by Richard Maybury
This is a great basic book on economics. Although it is appropriate for high school students, most adults would benefit tremendously from reading it.
Meltdown by Thomas Woods
This is a good explanation of why the economy crashed in 2008.
Rollback by Thomas Woods
I will admit that I haven't read this yet. However, Tom Woods is great. I have read excerpts and all of the libertarian reviews I have read have been complimentary to say the least. I don't think you can go wrong with Tom Woods.
End the Fed by Ron Paul
I can't complete a libertarian book list without including Ron Paul.
This list is by no means complete. It is just a few of my favorites that I thought I would pass along. Overall, I would recommend most everything by Harry Browne, Richard Maybury, Tom Woods, Robert Murphy (who I didn't mention above), and Ron Paul.