SR/GR: What to study after "A traveler's guide to spacetime"? Just recently I finished an introductory course on special relativity. The book we used was "A travelers guide to spacetime" Moore. The subject got me hooked and I am now looking for a book to continue my study of it, slowly moving to general relativity. Would books like French, Rindler or Woodhouse be appropriate follow-ups to Moore or is the content of these books comparable to Moore? Would reading an introductory book on general relativity perhaps be more fruitful, instead of trying to learn more about special relativity? I am a freshman physics student and possibly relevant courses I have taken are calc 1&2 (I guess, equivalent to 1,2 and 3 in other countries), linear algebra 1, a first course in classical mechanics, thermodynamics, some quantum mechanics and astronomy and, of course, special relativity. I would love to hear about your opinions and suggestions.