2014 Read Books

In total I read 20 books, which is 33% less than last year.


  1. How to Be a Woman - Catilin Moran
  2. The Kill Room - Jeffery Deaver
  3. A Song of Ice and Fire: Game of Thrones - George R.R. Martin
  4. A Song of Ice and Fire: A Clash of Kings - George R.R. Martin
  5. A Song of Ice and Fire: A Storm of Swords - George R.R. Martin
  6. A Song of Ice and Fire: A Fest for Crows - George R.R. Martin
  7. The First Law: The Blade Itself - Joe Abercrombie
  8. The First Law: Before They Are Hanged - Joe Abercrombie
  9. The First Law: The Last Argument of Kings - Joe Abercrombie


  1. The Power of Habit - Charles Duhigg
    How habits work. Helped me get more productive.
  2. En Perfekt Natt - Björn Jedensjö
  3. Elementary Number Theory - Kenneth H. Rosen
    Course book. Fun subject.
  4. Competitive Programming 3 - Steven & Felix Halim
    The ultimate reference to competitive programming. A lot about problem solving and algorithms. Very good. Used as course book as well.
  5. Game Programming Patterns - Bob Nystrom
    A very good read.
  6. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs - Gerald Jay Sussman, Hal Abelson
    The examples are what makes this book really shine.
  7. Automated Planning - Ghallab, Na, Traverso
    Course book. Subject very interesting, book a bit heavy.
  8. A Drunkard’s Walk
    Interesting and eye opening.
  9. Logic, Programming and Prolog (2ed) - U. Nilsson and J. Maluszynski
    Couse book. A bit too theoretical for my taste.
  10. Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory - Wade Trappe, Lawrence C. Washington Course book, quite good.
  11. The Shock of the Old - David Edgerton
  12. Den skapande människan - Staffan Hansson