For live reviews, I'm quite fond of Marlene Hurst, too . . . as well as Judith Miller, who does the NSNA review each year.
For the books, I like Saunders because of the CD-ROM that lets you practice on specific test-plan areas that you're weak in, like Reduction of Risk or Physiological Adaptation. When I do the practice tests in specific content areas (like renal, maternity, peds, cardiac) and then review the grading breakdown of how I did on each type of question, I find that I'm consistently deficient in the same categories (Physiological Adaptation is a weak area for me, too.) So that gives me an idea of where I need to focus my study efforts. Then you can take exams of the CD that test specifically on that particular type of content. On the Saunders CD, choose Exam, then on the next screen, choose either Level of Cognitive Ability, Client Needs, or Integrated Processes to practice on specific test-plan content areas.
It's just as important to understand test strategies as nursing concepts. The live reviews are really helpful for this. And practice as many questions as you can! Set a daily or weekly goal of xxx questions, then keep notes on stuff you miss so you can review it. Good luck!