I'm sure this has been asked numerous times so I apologize ahead of time. I have no physics background but have been increasing interested and have read a few books in the recent months and my curiousity has only grown. So far I have read the following. In Search of Schrodinger's Cat - John Gribbin The Theory of Everything - Stephen Hawking The Quantum World - Kenneth Ford Before the Big Bang - Brian Clegg The Elegant Universe - Brian Greene I am searching for more books to read and thought I would turn to the physics community to point me in the right direction. My math skills are so-so. I was an advanced math student throughout highschool but only went as far as Calculus I, Business Cal and Statistics I in college. I would prefer books written conceptually rather than being math intensive but will be glad for recommendations that will enable me to better understand either. If there is an existing thread that adresses my question please post a link.