I need some decent texts on general physics, chemistry, calculus, biology, and anthropology/sociology. I'm a sophomore in high school at the moment, but I'm tired of the lack of rigor in the high school curriculum, so I transferred into a homeschool program to give me more time for the remainder of this year (I'm graduating at the end of this year, and am planning on going to JC for a while, starting the fall '10 semester.) for self study. I'm working through Kline's book on Calculus at the moment, with Allendoerfer's Principles of Mathematics for reference, as there are some principle's I'm a little hazy on. What should I use next? Spivak maybe? I've got copies of Voet & Voet's Biochemistry (3rd edition), and Organic Chemistry by Clayden. Anything else I should be using as well? Maybe something leaning more towards pharmacokinetics/neuropharmacology? As far as physics goes, I just want a decent general overview. Not too mathematically rigorous, considering my current knowledge of calculus is embarrassingly light. Then there's biology. I've been subjected to Holt's.. Um.. Attempt? At a biology book, read through Campbell's Essential Biology and Biology, which weren't too bad, but still felt a little elementary, Essential Biology more so than the latter. Anything a bit more in-dept out there, focusing more on cellular biology? Social science has also fascinated me as well.. I'm sad to say my experience there is fairly limited, however. My knowledge pretty much consists of reading and studying the more "classic" works of Marx, Engels, Schütz, Weber, etc. I'm hammering my way through The Capital at the moment, but I want something more up-to-date economically because Marx didn't, or rather, couldn't, account for the state of world economy presently.