I am currently reading Weinberg's Lectures on Quantum Mechanics (I am halfway through chapter 4, that encompasses angular momentum and spin). While I like the book quite a lot I have noticed that Weinberg's notation is not standard and his approach is very algebraic.
I am looking for other graduate level books that can be complementary for this one. An important factor for me is that it should be a book suitable for independent reading (I am not enrolled in QM courses at the moment) or that if any parts are omitted, they are covered by Weinberg.
I have thought about L&L but I haven't transcended mortality yet so maybe not... I also heard good things about Cohen-Tannoudji, would it be appropriate?
After learning more QM I plan to learn some Quantum Field Theory (I am particularly interested in QCD, from what I know it sounds interesting). I am also interested on nuclear physics (I wish to read Walecka's book in the future). Superconductivity is also on my radar, in particular those parts that involve topology (I have read the first half of Munkres' book).
Edit: following the recommendation made by @EverydayFoolish I added the paragraph with my topics of interest.