Each of those books are projects (the order I put them in is more or less recommended) ... that's probably a couple months of careful study.
If you want to intersperse it with light reading, the following non-fiction novels are really good examples of the principles in practice (in not always obvious ways):
You can get used copies on ebay for about $3 each.
Thoughtfully engaging with the material is likely worth 1,000 times that.
Also the commonly cited Reid Hoffman, Seth Godin and Peter Thiel books I think are mostly a waste of time. Al Ries is ok (and quick) and Jim Collins is good if you're trying to turn around a 5,000 person company, but oh, if only I was so lucky.
Anyway, if you want to come back after reading those, I can give additional recommendations