### 1. Relativity: The Special and The General Theory by Albert Einstein

The book Relativity by Albert Einstein talks about the concept of time and space, gravity, etc. The General and The Special theory of relativity is considered the most remarkable work in Modern Physics.

**Published - **1916

**Rating - **4.5/5

### 2. The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy by Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton in this book explained the principles of time, force, and motion in mathematical terms. Even after more than three centuries, Newton's laws are significantly used in Modern Physics.

**Published - **1687

**Rating - **4.6/5

### 3. The origin of species by Charles Darwin

Darwin's theory is one of the most recognizable works in the history of science. His discovery that all the living thing has evolved from the same ancestor through a process of natural selection is still controversial among many people.

**Published - **1859

**Rating - **4.6/5

### 4. Dialogue concerning the two chief world systems by Galileo Galilei

Galileo was the first person to provide strong evidence for a sun-centered model through his observational findings. In this book, he masterfully demonstrates the idea of the heliocentric model over Geocentric.

**Published - **1632

**Rating - **4.9/5

### 5. A brief history of time by Stephen Hawking

A brief history of time is one of the best-selling books of all time. In this book, Stephen Hawking has tried to explain the concept of the big bang, black holes, quarks, general relativity, quantum mechanics, etc. to the reader who has no advanced knowledge of physics.

**Published - **1988

**Rating - **4.7/5

### 6. My Inventions: The autobiography of Nikola Tesla by Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla is one of the founding fathers of Modern electrical and communication systems. His brilliant work like the development of alternating current, Tesla coil, wireless transmission, etc. has helped significantly to modern electrical and electronic sciences.

**Published - **1919

**Rating - **4.5/5

### 7. Micrographia by Robert Hooke

Robert Hooke was the person who discovered the cell, the basic building block of all living things. This book Micrographia has the illustration of insects and plants as observed through a microscope using different lenses.

**Published - **1665

**Rating - **4.4/5

### 8. The origin and development of the Quantum Theory by Max Planck

In this book, the father of Quantum Theory and Nobel Prize winner Max Planck talks about the origin and development of the Quantum theory. Max Planck's work in the field of Quantum Physics has revolutionized the whole of Physics.

**Published - **1922** **

**Rating - **4.1/5

### 9. Pierre Curie by Marie Curie

Marie curie has written about her husband's scientific achievements along with her own work on radiation. Both Marie Curie and Pierre Curie are Nobel laureates.

**Published - **1923** **

**Rating - **4.5/5

### 10. Physics by Aristotle

Aristotle was one of the most influential people of his time. His work and understanding of physics were followed by people for many centuries. This book is a must-read to understand and know historical Physics.

**Published - **340 BC

**Rating - **4.6/5

### 11. What is life? by Erwin SchrÃ¶dinger

In this book Nobel laureate Erwin SchrÃ¶dinger has given the theoretical description of DNA, which was not even discovered at that time. This book has helped many scientists to understand how the storage of genetic information would work.

**Published - **1944** **

**Rating - **4.6/5

### 12. The works of Archimedes by Archimedes

Archimedes was one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. All the ships sailing in the ocean works on the Archimedes principle. His crucial work has contributed significantly to the field of Mathematics and Physics.

**Published** - 1897** **

**Rating - **4.7/5