I already own several books on C# and the .Net Framework, but so far I like the Addison-Wesley series books best.
Just to give you a quick "flavor" of what this book holds in store, here is a condensed listing of the chapters:
Michaelis conducts a thorough, basic concise guide to C# - including the features new to C# 2.0. The C# language is covered comprehensively and each important construct is illustrated with good "short but complete" code examples. More complete code examples are available online. Michaelis has organized the material for quick access. You have graphical “mind maps” at the beginning of each chapter that show what material is covered and how each topic relates to the whole.Major topics covered include: