Hey guys. I'm Alex and I'm a 26 year old guy who just entered into University to get my Bachelor's degree in Electrotechnology with Computer Control, after 25 years of doing completely nothing this is my last chance to achieve something that I want, so I'm exited. But to the point, I live in Latvia and it doesn't have a great selection of science books(it has a couple of good ones tho), at least not as good as America's selection, and I've been blessed to understand the English language and this is a perfect time to use that blessing. So I need some recommendations on the reading material that will help me in my Electrical engineering journey and I'm willing to put my money on it. 1. The way I see it a Physics book is a must, and I've been checking out the "The Feynman Lectures on Physics - Millennium Edition " which is a pretty hefty and expensive book but as I understand it's pretty good for anybody who want's to understand physics. Now, since this is only a "teaching" book I assume I also need a book that tests that knowledge, any suggestions on that? 2. The next thing, or the first really, is a good math book because I've learned in the first week that I need to know math to understand physics. 3. Like a good engineering or electrical engineering book that has a connection to my major, or something... 4. Any kind of good science book that you really enjoyed, would also love to hear that. Any help is appreciated. Also, in this University the quality of my education heavily depends on my efforts outside the University just so you know. And I am a beginner and know nothing about science.