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Do you love reading crime thrillers? Think of the most dangerous and intelligent criminal you know of. What if I can introduce you to a much more dangerous, and much more intelligent criminal? This criminal is revered and worshiped by most people, and the brightest detectives have been investigating His crimes for thousands of years, but they have so far been unable to successfully solve the case. This investigation, however, has revealed a lot about the strange nature of this criminal and His world. It’s an exciting story. I bet it’s better than even the best crime thriller you’ve read. And above all, this story is real, important and there is a lot at stake. So, are you ready to read the greatest story ever? Stay tuned for Arpan's upcoming book The crimes of God! Enter your email below to stand a chance to get a free PDF of The crimes of God (once it's published). 

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1. When can I order my copy of The Crimes of God?

-> Arpan has just started writing the book, so don't expect it to be out anytime soon. Keep an eye on this website for further updates.

2. Will it be anything like Our Physics So Far?

-> Actually, no. Our Physics So Far is just like any other popular science book on physics. The Crimes of God is about physics as well, but it will be more like a crime thriller, where God is the criminal (his crime being creating the universe) and the physicists are the detectives investigating this crime. I think it's a nice and unique concept, and it would be interesting to read. So stay tuned.

3. Do I need to read Our Physics So Far in order to properly understand The Crimes of God?

-> Not at all. These are not textbooks, you don't need to read Our Physics So Far to make sense of The Crimes of God.

4. Will anyone who submits his/her email (using the form above) get a free PDF of The Crimes of God?

-> No. If you enter your email, it means that you have entered the competition and you stand a chance to get a free PDF; however, there's no guarantee. And the selection will not be based on luck. Once you submit your email (and once the book is ready), you will be asked to submit an essay describing the reason you want to read the book, your passion for physics etc.. Everyone who submits their essays (within the deadline, which will be informed later on this page), will be ranked and a free PDF of the book will be sent via email to the top five writers.

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