I started studying at FCC week ago. These list came just at the right time for me to use.
Thank you @P1xt for all the work you've done to help me and other novices to get better at programming.
Now some thoughts about the list:
As English is not my first language those YDKJS books are sometimes a bit hard to understand. So I'm glad that I've Kindle to read those as it has an built-in-dictionary. Series itself is really good and informative, going to read those through few times before moving ahead at the course. (Though I think that I must get few reference books in my first language to be able to fully grasp most of the nuances of JS.)
I'm in a really good position as I can fully commit to my studies and at least for me this list seems to be working better than only FCC.
That math part of the list is really important. I've studied a bit of CS few years ago and struggled with math so badly that it affected my studies a lot. It's a lot easier to learn how to code if you can do some basic math(E.g. High School/College level stuff).