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I'll have quantum mechanics next year so I figured I would read a book or two on the subject. Thus I am looking for an introduction, sort of the "perfect companion" to the more difficult texts. I would love something which would have problems in it as well. I hope you will help me to pick one

I can't buy a book but I do have access to the following ones:

**Landau, Lifgarbagez**

*Quantum mechanics*Landau, I can't miss with a book like that. But maby this should be my 2nd book on the subject?

**Scheck**

*Quantum mechanics*This looked allright

**McGraw Hill**

*Quantum mechanics demystified - a self teaching guide*Now if you look at the title that is exactly what I am looking for! Sort of Quantum physics for dummies. But after reading the reviews I started to have doubts

**Griffiths**

*Introduction to quantum mechanics*That's the book I think I'll read. I really liked the reviews and the fact that it's more of a problem centered book

**Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, Bernard Diu, Frank Laloe**

*Quantum Mechanics (2 vol. set)*This seemed like a REALLY nice one too. I can't really decide between this one and Griffiths

So I can't really decide! Has any of you read any of these books? I am sure you did. Feel free to suggest any other book

Thanks