I hope all is well, There are several review books and sets of materials available out there that you could use, but none that I would be comfortable recommending.
Specifically, just so you know, and to put your mind at ease, we use the ISC2 OFFICIAL EXAM BLUEPRINT (exam outline) to reference against at the beginning of every episode. That would be the word document that I use to present what domain and sub topic we are covering. As a result, we are 100% aligned with and covering EVERY topic/knowledge item that needs to be addressed for the exam.
If you download and use my complete set of show notes, you will have everything that you need to be able to study and be successful on the exam.
I think that if you find a resource that "speaks to you", then I would get it and use it, but if at all possible, test drive it first.
What I mean is, try to look over and read through a section of the book or resource, perhaps a section on a topic that you are already familiar with and see if the author's style and coverage works well for you, and most importantly that you would understand the material at the end of the section.
If it passes the test, then get it !!
I hope that helps, although it is not the answer you were looking for.
If you have any questions as you are studying, please feel free to follow up with me as needed. My e-mail is: