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Confused about which books to use

Hi everyone,

I know this will vary a lot from person-to-person, but I'm preparing to start studying for CISSP fairly soon - after I finish OSCP.

I'm looking at picking one main book to use and torn between:

Shon Harris book

The book is 1456 pages which puts me off slightly as it just seems so so long and heavy. I know the CISSP is detailed and difficult, with tons of content, but it just seems a bit over-the-top. Not sure if that's a fair opinion, but I just want to make my studying more manageable and easier to digest.

Eric Conrad Book (the full and long version)

This also gets tons of good reviews on here and I've read quite a few posts saying it provided everything needed.

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Finally, I'm probably going to get the Eric Conrad 11th Hour book as a second book to help solidify some of the content, and also carry around with me to work, or just if I'm out and about. Good for referencing, and I've heard it's a great and brief overview of lots of the main areas.

Any thoughts on the two main books I've mentioned? I know it's all very subjective. My instincts are telling me to go for the Eric Conrad book.

Thanks everyone,

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