AOCP needs no introduction -- it's the opus majus of Donald Knuth. I want to dig deeper into how to write programs that don't just work well, but compose and interface beautifully together. It's another universally recommended reading for becoming a better programmer.
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
I'm not a huge huge fan of Gary Vee, but it's hard to deny that he knows what he wants to spend time doing, and goes after it ruthlessly and with mastery. I think there's a lot to learn in this book about how he thinks about careers, work, and creative output.
Loonshots was recommended to me by a friend and fellow student VC Keshav. To be frank, I don't really remember too much about why I was interested in this read, but I found it in my notes near the top of my reading list highlighted in bold, so I'm including it in this list :P
The Diamond Age
The Diamond Age was recommended to me by Zach, who I have the great fortune of working with at Hack Club. Zach tends to have great taste, so I'm betting on a great read.