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A new look at consciousness will shed light on a new way of looking at consciousness. The author calls for a change in the way we do science today, incorporating consciousness into science, and realizing that consciousness is not emergent from matter, but something more fundamental. This perspective will be questioned by many, and for valid reasons, but the mounting evidence says otherwise. In the appendices, the book will also discuss the theory of everything in physics, and some original (yet maybe useless) metaphysical ideas of the author, and the flaws in the ideas. By doing so, the author will attempt to find the limits of metaphysics and determine to what extent is it possible, with little or no presuppositions, to address the ultimate and most fundamental questions.

The adventure of the injured cabman is a Sherlock Holmes adventure by Arpan Dey, an enthralling story that retains the original flavor of Conan Doyle's famous detective. A cabman is shot in broad daylight, and is taken to the Scotland Yard hospital. Holmes is called upon to investigate, but the injured cabman escapes from the Yard hospital, and Holmes smells deception in the case. A young lad is standing guard over Holmes's rooms, but who is he actually? There was a cabman connected with Professor Moriarty's gang which smuggled drugs, but is this cabman somehow related to that one?

The book also contains a short story by Arpan Dey: The last lure. Suitable for kids and adults alike, the short story can be interpreted in many ways, and has a deep meaning within. 

The wizarding world: origins, history and today is a book inspired by J. K. Rowling's fictional universe of Harry Potter. The author is an undercover wizard who discusses theories of wizarding origins in the first part. In Part II, the book discusses how wizards were driven into hiding by Muggles during the DARK AGES (spelled in capital by wizards in an attempt to remember the horrors of those times!). Part III is about the present day: wizards are in hiding and Muggles no more believe (or want to) in their existence. Packed with crazy theories of wizarding origins and a highly-relatable history of the wizarding world of Harry Potter, the book promises to be a highly enjoyable read for Potterheads!