Im not sure if this is the right place to post this, if it isnt, feel free to move it to a more appropriate forum. Anyway, I have read Visions, Hyperspace, and I just finished Beyond Einstein. I really enjoyed Visions, and although Hyperspace and Beyond Einstein become redundant when you read both, the topic is still very interesting to me. I was wondering if anyone could recommend any other similar books on similar subjects that wouldnt be redundant to me since I have read Hyperspace and Beyond Einstein. Or, if there are books like Visions that anybody knows about that take certain 'futuristic' topics into more detail, I would enjoy those as well. I know this is kinda a broad question, especially since Visions covered a vast amount of information (Biomolecular, Computer, and Quantum revolutions, etc.) I was thinking about Hawkings' "Universe in a Nutshell" for now, but I wanted to see if any other Kaku fans had better recommendations. I tend to buy (but not read) books 4 or 5 at a time, so multiple recommendations are acceptable and appreciated. Just in case it will help, I am a Biochemistry major and I enjoy and spend a lot of time with computers, so all three major topics in Visions interest me all the same. So books focusing on the Biomolecular revolution or Artificial Intelligence for examples work, too. Thanks in advance P.S. I am aware of the rest of Kaku's books and textbooks, and also his follow-up to Hyperspace coming in December. I do intend to read these books (and I may even pre-order his publication coming in December if possible) at some point.