Hi, It has been a decade since I dropped out of college (course in Electronics & Telecommunication), and I have been working as a writer (mostly for advertising) and as a musician. But a few years ago I started reading a lot of non-fiction (general science, physics, maths, philosophy), and my love for science was reignited. In 2015, I read Feynman's Six Easy Pieces and Six Not-So-Easy Pieces, both which are compilations of selected chapters from his three volume Lectures on Physics. This year, 2016, I decided to tackle The Feynman Lectures on Physics. Started the first volume last week. I also plan on reading The Road to Reality by Roger Penrose to get to the bottom of maths. Should I read this book simultaneously, or should I finish Feynman's three volumes and then begin The Road to Reality? Any other book suggestions and ways to improve my knowledge would be helpful. I want to understand string theory and the other theories that lead to M-theory. So, much to know, so little time. But at least I need to try.