Looking for a specific type of physics book

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I've finished physics but I'd like to have a certain kind of book. I have
this book about math (click the link.) It's written in a very causal style and covers very many topics in a terse way. It's just enough to remind me of concepts when I forget, and it's fun to read.

Is there a book like this for physics?

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I've finished physics but I'd like to have a certain kind of book. I have
this book about math (click the link.) It's written in a very causal style and covers very many topics in a terse way. It's just enough to remind me of concepts when I forget, and it's fun to read.

Is there a book like this for physics?

Thanks
The math book you mentioned is very nice, thank you for the link.
Unfortunately, I am not aware of any totally similar book on physics.

But maybe you might like these two very similar books, one on math, the other on physics:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1402788290/?tag=pfamazon01-20
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1402778619/?tag=pfamazon01-20
 
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I'll take a look at those links, thanks. The book I'm looking for is not at all like a textbook, but like a friendly discussion about physics. We'll see :)
 
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I will have to examine gullberg's book. As of now I do not know of a similar book that treats physics
 
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