I will be finishing up Advanced Calculus 2 soon and I would like to continue self studying Analysis. I want to learn Real and Complex Analysis, Measure Theory and all that other good stuff. but I am not exactly sure what book to use.
My class used the text An Introduction to Analysis by William R. Wade, although I would consider this book rather easy because it's exercises are quite simple. The homework problems my professor gave were much more difficult and often took problems from Rudin's Principles of Mathematical Analysis book. Another thing worth mention is that the whole reason I got into math was from reading about the first half of Micheal Spivak's Calculus completely on my own. So (I think) I can say that I feel more comfortable with the theorem-proof format than most students who went through a class similar to mine.
Anyway, I think Rudin's Real and Complex Analysis would probably be too hard for me. Basically I have been looking at the Table of Contents from books on amazon. I saw the book Analysis by Leib and Loss, but it seems geared towards students of Physics. The table of contents of DiBenedetto's Real Analysis seem to be what I am looking for but I think the book may be too advanced for me as it looks like it just dives right into the deep end. Knapp's Basic Real Analysis is the book I am leaning towards, but since I have very little money, I would really like some advice before shelling out $70 on the book.
Any help picking out a book appropriate for my level would be greatly appreciated.