❔ What is better book for c# mastery? "Pro C# 9 with .NET 5" or "C# 9 and .NET 5"?

Hey I want to spend some money on nice paperback editions of programming books that I can use to draw knowledge for the upcoming years and become a better programmer.
I am wondering if I should go for https://www.amazon.com/Pro-NET-Foundational-Principles-Programming/dp/1484269381 or https://www.amazon.com/NET-Cross-Platform-Development-intelligent-Framework/dp/180056810X
Or some other book if you want to recommend one
So far I am liking the PRO C#9 one more because it jumps into explaining how the main method works which for me is such intriguing thing to fully explore where the other book goes over standard programming principles like declaration of variables and objects first, which I could still go over one more time for the sake of mastery but it is not as fun.
Thank you for any advice
I have some that I've read in $aaronbooks
never heard of these two before, I'll have to look at them
c#10 in nutshell looks like the type of book id be interested in
Microsoft Visual C# Step by Step, by John Sharp and Microsoft Press.

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