Szabo and Ostlund book Modern quantum chemistry  is extremely useful to understand Hartree-Fock and post-Hartree-Fock methods. Not only it explains the theory behind such methods, but it is also oriented towards a practical implementation. Following this book I was able to implement an Hartree-Fock code from scratch in order to perform Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics.
Since I already work with software packages based on density functional theory (Gaussian09 for calculations in vacuum and QuantumESPRESSO for solid state systems), I would like to implement a simple DFT code in order to better understand what is going on inside the "black box". However, I would like perform this task using a plane wave basis set: this is somewhat more involved than using Gaussian basis sets since it involves periodic boundary conditions and pseudopotentials. In addition, I will have to take care of fast Fourier transforms everywhere and of the approximation of the exchange-correlation functional.
Supposing that I will be happy with the local density approximation, there is a book out there similar to Szabo's book for DFT? Notice that I am not interested in the basics of DFT but I am searching for a good book explaining in details the practical implementation using PW.
Here some comments on the books I already considered:
Martins : This book contains a lot of informations and is oriented to solid-state electronic structure, therefore it explains plane waves and pseudopotentials. However I think that it works well as a reference but not as first reading to understand in details the concepts.
Giustino : Very nice book with the goal of teaching DFT to undergrad students. For this reason is too simplistic and does not go into technical details.
 A. Szabo and N. S. Ostrlund, Modern Quantum Chemistry: Introduction to Advanced Electronic Structure Theory, Doever Publications, 1996.
 R. M. Martins, Electronic Structure: Basic theory and practical methods, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
 F. Giustino, Materials modelling using density functional theory, Oxford University Press, 2014.