I second Michael Hartl's book, and Rails 4 In Action is also good (although getting a little dated now).
As a second book, after you've done a tutorial or three and you're wondering "Now what?," I recommend Practicing Rails by Justin Weiss. Both Justin and Michael have been really responsive and they want to help you, so give those a try.
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