I'd also recommend Aitchison & Hey for a first pass. Very good on the basics. I haven't picked up volume 2, though. Only canonical quantization is covered, no path integrals.
The previously mentioned Greiner is also very good on the basics, but because they don't bother with [itex]\phi^4[/itex] theory or other "toy" Lagrangians, they take a long time to get to Feynman diagrams.
I think Zee is very good, but he seems so breezy and deceptively "easy" that he should be supplemented with a book that shows more of the gory details like Srednicki, Brown, Ramond, or Ryder.
Srednicki is very good, but I think his opening chapters are actually kind of confusing for a beginner.
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