Springer just published a new English version of Vladmir Zorich's two-volume Mathematical Analysis. I was looking at the second volume. It seems to have sections on both Multivariable/Vector Calculus and Differential Forms and the basic of Differential Geometry.
I have meaning to read these topics to further my knowledge of Analysis (of one variable) and introduce myself to Differental Geometry for General Relativity since I'm a student of physics.
What is the general conception of the second volume of Zorich's book? Also, is reading the first volume a pre requisite to go to the second volume.