I'm interested in learning Algebraic Number Theory and Galois Theory, so I was suggested Ireland Rosen and Stewart for them respectively. But the problem with the books is that the text is very very easy to understand and almost all the exercises are trivial, so I couldn't understand things properly from this.
Then I was suggested to work on Problems in Algebraic Number Theory by Murty, and I'm finding it to be very hard. Since it's supposed to be an "introductory first read" on ANT, does the fact I'm finding Murty hard suggest I lack the required mathematical maturity to solve the problems from it ?
Also what are some Galois Theory/Algebraic Number Theory somewhere between these two ? The exposition needn't be too hard to follow, but the exercises should at least take some time to solve.