EDC’s Second Project: Thursday 2.0

EDC’s second project released on 10/11/12 is Thursday 2.0: The Man Who Was Thursday, Updated for the 21st Century, a near-future tale of the battle between order and anarchy.

About Thursday 2.0

First published in 1908, EDC has painstakingly updated G.K. Chesterton’s masterpiece to a near-future setting, where man and machine have converged and every sense is filtered through and shaped by The Cloud. In such a world where the physical and the virtual are one, reality is never what it seems. But for Gabriel Syme, reality becomes ever more deadly the deeper he infiltrates a mysterious cyber terrorist group called the Council of Days. In a chase across Europe, Syme and some unlikely allies race to thwart the assassination of two world leaders, only to uncover an even deeper and more dangerous mystery: Who is Sunday?

Target Age and Rating

Thursday 2.0 is a mind-bending, character-driven mystery written for the audiences of James Bond, Minority Report, and other high-tech espionage stories. It is rated PG for scenes containing language, suspense, mild violence, and religious / philosophical discussion.


Thursday 2.0 is available in paperback and digital download for the Kindle at Amazon. (Please note, free Kindle apps are available to support Kindle content on a variety of platforms including desktop computers and all sorts of tablets.)

Not sure?  Read the first three chapters of Thursday 2.0 for free.

Money-Back Guarantee

If you are not completely satisfied with Thursday 2.0, please contact us to learn more about our money-back guarantee.

Author’s Signature

Would you like to have a signed copy of Thursday 2.0?  Please mail a self-addressed-stamped envelope to Edward D. Casey c/o Resonation Press at 5 Woodmoor Dr. Newnan, GA 30263.

EDC will send you an adhesive label with his signature.  Please include any special wording you would like that will fit inside a one inch by four inch area.

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