by Gregory M Thompson


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Indiscriminate by Gregory M Thompson

The world is slowly being overtaken by
Risers and Runners, and twelve men and women called Indiscriminates are charged with protecting the world from these menaces. For five years the balance was manageable. One day it all became too much for the Indiscriminates and the program was shut down. But not before two went missing and one was killed. Can the rest survive these seemingly targeted attacks?

For Bas, an Indscriminate looking after the Midwest, he must choose between duty or fellowship when the world is in danger of losing all humans.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497302075
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/09/2014
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Gregory M. Thompson is a Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror writer with publishing credits in Macabre Realms, Digizine, Aphelion Webzine, Concisely, Digital Dragon Magazine, Dark Gothic Resurrected, Midwest Literary Review, Roar and Thunder, The Fringe Magazine and more. He also has an award-nominated science fiction piece in the collection, Steampunk Anthology, published by Sonar4 Publications and a horror/western short story in the anthology Welcome to Hell, edited by Eric S. Brown. Nightcry, The Golden Door, and My Only One are three of his novels, released in March and June of 2011 and May 2013 respectively. For more information visit his official site at

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Indiscriminate (a novella) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting read. The futuristic setting is intriguing. I wanted more, and that's why I didn't give it another star. I wanted to know how the world ended up this way, and I wanted to know how Bas and the other Indiscriminates came into being. Enjoyed it a lot, left wanting more. Story flowed pretty well, and if the author were to ever revisit the story and flesh it out into a full blown novel, I'd be first in line for a copy.