Torn between these 2 JS books

Anyone read either of these two books? Trying to decide on which one to get and I’m kinda at a stalemate :. I’m currently reading Eloquent JavaScript and I already have Head First JavaScript Programming.

I’m basically looking for no-nonsense, straight-to-the-point presentation of JavaScript to include some of the more advanced concepts as well… Like C# In a Nutshell but for JS. A book that can serve as a great reference when I’m coding but not at the expense of thoroughness. So far, I’ve got it down to these two but can’t decide:

  1. Professional JavaScript for Web Developers

  2. JavaScript: the Definitive Guide

The only thing that worries me is that these books are both kinda dated… But I can’t seem to find any highly-acclaimed JS books made after year 2012 except for Eloquent, which I am already reading (the online version), and Head First but HF is kind of cluttered to be a good reference IMO.

@P1xt, I know you read a lot of books, you have a say in this?