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Default Beginner to ASP .net 2.0 help

Hi everyone! I will be learning ASP .net 2.0 and C#. I love the Wrox books but when reading some reviews for Beginning ASP .net 2.0 for C# many people have stated that there are many errors in the book. Now I don't know what kind of answer I am going to to get but what book do you recommend I start with? I usually like the Wrox beginning books because they break it down very simple. Any suggestions? Thanks and sorry if this is the wrong forum for such a question.

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