At least op's post had actual poker content and the books he mentioned are fine. Super System (the original) is a classic that still contains a lot of good fundamental ideas.
Theory of Poker is a wonderful book. Even if you have disagreements with some of the conclusions Sklansky makes, the book helps to teach you which questions to ask. On first read I found a lot of it over my head and rather dry. However, as I have gotten more experience and revisited the book I find that the book gains in value over time.
I think two things hurt TOP in some people's eyes. 1. Sklansky isn't the most colorful writer and could be clearer at times. 2. In this era when every new player equates poker with Texas
Hold'em, Sklansky draws many of his examples from assorted low ball games such as Razz.
Just because these books are old hat to the veterans doesn't mean that some newer members couldn't benefit from them (Especially TOP).
Welcome to CC OP.