Recently, I've started playing with Mercurial. So far I was using Git, and although I don't have any objections to it, I was pleasantly suprised with Mercurial's, so to say, simplicity on Windows platform.
And since workload has been kind to me these last couple of weeks (read: not so much of it), I've decided to spend some hours into it, to study it a little more.
The problem is, I prefer paper books to electronic ones, and unlike Git, I'm finding it increasingly difficult to find some good ones for Mercurial - the only one being O'Reilly's Mercurial Definite Guide.
Does anyone know of any good ones apart from the above?