Since it was set up in 1901, the Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded annually (with one or two breaks, including in the middle of World War II), with more than 200 physicists honoured. Below we've listed all the books that have been recommended on Five Books that are either written by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist or is about them. We also have two interviews dedicated to books about Albert Einstein, winner of the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics. To be recommended on our site, these books, while written by physicists, will tend to be accessible to the general reader, or at least written with a non-specialist audience in mind. Books by Richard Feynman (1965 Nobel Prize in Physics) loom large as do books about Marie Curie (née Sklodowska), one of only three women to win the prize.