Good books for physics

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So I am currently self teaching P3 and will soon be done(1 week). Once I have completed P3 I would like to self teach my self A level physics and would like to know whether there were any good books that I could read that would help.

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Bill Bryson- Short History Of Everything.
J.E Gordon -New Science of Strong Materials.
For my own physics course, I read the first one, but the second one was also recommended (although I had no interest in it and didn't bother).
From the A level specs I know of, the first is a good physics book, and also a good book in general (not just about physics) that will help you, and the second is one that will also help with the material science parts.
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What exam board are you looking at for A-level physics?
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What exam board are you looking at for A-level physics?
Edexcel.
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