The Princeton Review sells books by telling you the GRE is a silly test that "just tests your ability to take the GRE". This is pandering, and if you believe it, you might not build the foundational skills you need to do well. Vocab. Writing ability. Reading ability. Math mastery. These skills can't be circumvented by tips and tricks from a test-prep book.
For the books, I would recommend the Kaplan comprehensive book. Its not quite as detailed as the Princeton Review books, but it is significantly easier to read, which is definitely important when you're studying for one test for so long.
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