PDE: Haberman vs Bleecker vs Asmar

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Is there anyone who has read some of the mentioned texts and can say a few words about how they differ?
 

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I've read Haberman and looked at Bleecker. If your interested in separation of variables then Bleecker book will be fine. If you are also interested in transform techniques, green's functions, quasilinear methods and dispersive waves then you'd probably be better suited to using Haberman. Not familiar with Asmer.
 
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I own all three books and I definitely recommend Haberman. The Asmar book lacks in some areas and Bleecker is just so-so.
 

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