At the University, I chose the organic chemistry path and to better understand my experimental works I started studying computational chemistry on my own. There are a lot of books in this field, but I found the book "Computational organic chemistry" by Steven Bachrach very useful as a starting point. While still explaining the theory behind every methods with a bit of mathematics, it was easy for a newbie like me to join this wonderful world thanks to the many examples reported.
I would like to know if there are similar books related to computational chemistry of solid state materials. I would like to see an answer for every book and the related upvotes to better choose between the suggested books.