I've taken Calculus 1 and it's time to relearn because I've forgotten some of it. But it's been a couple months since I've done any solid mathematics. I was hoping for a book that would include comprehensive & rigorous text on precalculus, probability & combinatorics, and analysis. I am aware it's too much to ask for a single book and that supplementary material is available through other books, but my problem is that these modern books aren't rigorous enough in their text. They oversimplify everything and bloat the book with unnecessary figures explaining basic things, and their countless excercises also provide no real value as all they require is rote memorization of the given techniques.
My geometry & trig has also gotten a bit rusty over the months.
Where should I begin? What book(s) should I go with? Is there a list?
EDIT: Clarification on my use of the word "rigor": I meant a book that is challenging, a bit formal in nature, and includes useful and fruitful topics not usually found in traditional maths textbooks.
SECOND EDIT: I've found the book I was looking for, after browsing a bunch of similar threads, I've found the precious jewel: https://imgur.com/a/q5kPreP
It was published in 1891, about the time of my grand-grand father! It contains a plethora of information!