This one grew on me
In a nutshell, I didn't like this book much at first but it grew on me. The book is highly US-centric in terms of the resources it describes, but the principles are universal. I would say 'Money' is not a must-have, but it is worth reading.
My first impression of this book wasn't great. Lots of references to buying things: cars, boats, houses. Lots of over-the-top statements (anyone can become rich, you can retire with a seven-figure portfolio, etc.). However, the more I read the more I liked it.
Robbins' principles are sound. He also describes several interesting options for US investors. Perhaps most importantly, he talks about the psychology of money and how to maximise its utility.
If you are an investing book junkie like me, or a fan of Tony Robbins, you'll probably enjoy this book. If not, then read the books on the Resources page first.