I am kind of studying physics on my own now. I choose University Physics (13th Edition) for myself,is it fine? I am also studying Calculus using Thomas' textbook.
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You can study "Modern physics" by Arthur Beiser. It is a very good book for undergraduate students. And also you can study the Feynmann Lecture series.
It depends on your background.
For really starters, I'd suggest Paul Hewitt's book Conceptual Physics.
For A to B high school students, I'd say Resnick and Halliday's book is great.
For A+ high school students, I'd recommend Feynman's Lectures. These lectures serve as complement for the other books, but personally it's not for beginners