Interesting new QFT Book

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I saw this book recently on Amazon and didn't know what level it was geared for. I like the diagrams it provides as I tend to scour them for better understanding.

I've yet to read Leonard Susskind's QM book beyond the first chapter and so hesitated getting this one.

He has other No Nonsense books on:
- Classical Mechanics
- Electrodynamics
- Quantum Mechanics
- Physics from Symmetry
- Physics from Finance
- Teach Yourself Physics
- Durch Symmetrie die moderne Physik verstehen

The Amazon reviews look pretty good too. They suggest using it as supplementary reading for the subject if you are a student since there are no problems to work on. One reviewer favorably compared him to Susskind.

https://www.amazon.com/s?i=stripboo...erg&ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1&tag=pfamazon01-20
 
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The Google Books preview for his QM book has quite a few sample pages.
 
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Wow, that’s great.

I really wanted to see if the book speaks to me.

My niece once gave me this advice when she was a kid of how she selected books. It saved me a some money over the years By delaying a book until I was primed to read it or just dropping interest in the book. No more impulse buying.
 

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