First off, sorry for posting yet another one of these threads. I've scavenged through this forum for undergrad textbook recommendations and have been somewhat overwhelmed. I'm beginning first year soon and would like a textbook that I can rely on as either my main textbook, or at least a reliable supplementary one to the book my university will provide. Based off of some of the suggestions here, currently I've been leaning towards Physics Parts I and II by Halliday and Resnick (3rd edition): https://www.amazon.com/Physics-Parts-II-David-Halliday/dp/047134530X?tag=vglnk-ca-c90-20 Secondly, I've heard of 'An Introduction to Mechanics' by Kleppner and Kolencow: https://www.amazon.com/Introduction...=UTF8&qid=1470838530&sr=8-1&keywords=kleppner and lastly: University Physics by Younge and Freedman. From what i've read the consensus more or less seems to be geared towards Halliday and Resnick but have also heard the books are very dry, convoluted and not too clear. If you guys can comment on this criticism and further on the textbooks listed, or recommend other books then that would be great! Thanks, and apologies yet again for posting another one of these threads.