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    Basically, I love Physics and I want to know if there are any good books on the subject that I can read. I'm doing GCSE's so don't suggest something from University standard as I won't understand it. Perhaps some beginner novels based around GCSE/A-Level knowledge?
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    Surely you're joking Mr Feynman by Richard Feynman
    Chaos by James Gleick
    The Trouble with Physics by Lee Smolin
    Sync by Steven H. Strogatz (only just bought it, haven't read it yet)
    A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking
    Critical Mass by Phillip Ball
    Power to Save the World by Gwyneth Cravens
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    There's a Wiki article on here; I think it's a sticky on this forum.
    One's that I would recommend are:
    Quantum by Manjit Kumar
    Why does  E = mc^2 ? by Brian Cox and someone else
 
 
 
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