I am a year 2 physics major student. After spending almost 2 years on only physics theories, I would like to know how those theories can be applied on engineering. Are there any engineering textbooks suitable for me as an "entertainment" during the break between semesters? Any topics related to engineering are welcome even computer science. I have learned Quantum mechanics, Classical mechanics and most of the calculus (e.g. Linear Algebra, solving ODEs, and some special PDEs) required in undergraduated level. Maybe I need some fresh things since keep reading theoretical physics books are quite boring for me.