Jech's book on Set Theory is very often recommended and it is indeed an amazing collection of results. But to me it feels a bit like a reference book instead of a studying book; it seems to me you would use Jech's book if you're already fluent in a lot of the topics but want to brush up on something.
For example, A. Miller's notes "Infinite Ramsey Theory" (1996) where he talks about Ellentuck's topology and proves the Galvin-Prikry theorem were to me far more accessible and easy to read than Jech's chapter on this topic.
I am now interested on reading on Levy Collapsing and Solovay's model but as Jech's book hasn't been giving me a good experience so far so I'm looking for some recommendations on books where I can find this that would be more accessible than Jech's book. I've been studying forcing from Kunen's book "Set Theory" and I find Kunen's writing very clear and enjoyable, it saddens me that I couldn't find anything by Kunen on this topic.