Although this question has been asked before, I want to ask a kind of more specific/different request concerning category theory (perhaps a bit more precise). I have gone through Emily's Riehl book ''Category theory in context'' and I can say, I understand it in a very good level. However this a basic book in category theory, which is a huge area of research hence quite broad, that covers up the main theory that almost everyone needs to know in algebra nowadays. So I was wondering if there is a "natural" extension of that book going towards the knowledge you need, to deal with the advanced stuff popping out category theory, like algebraic geometry, categorical logic, homotopy theory, sheaf theory etc. In other words, a book that comprises the appropriate categorical language/knowledge to go through deeper theories and results in mathematics.
As I have been mentioned above, I do know the vastness of category theory and what I am asking is probably a little bit absurd, however there could probably be a textbook treating a second step in category theory, so that's why am asking.