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Mark S. Geston



Mark S. Geston has degrees in history and law and is a practising attorney. His first novel, Lords of the Starship, was published in 1967 while he was still in college, but he has published relatively little since the mid-1970s.
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The Siege of Wonder

Mark S. Geston
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Mark S. Geston
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Out of the Mouth of the Dragon

Mark S. Geston
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Mark S. Geston

Amon VanRoark heard the prophet speaking in the market place of the decaying city. He called men to the wars, to the fabled Meadows where the armies of Good would meet the forces of Evil in one final Armageddon that would decide the fate of a world already doomed and dying.VanRoark followed the prophet to the Meadows and there he witnessed the last cataclysmic battle between humanity and the dark powers of Salasar.

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Lords of the Starship

Mark S. Geston
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Mark S. Geston

The ship was to be seven miles long, a third of a mile in diameter and have a wing-spread of three and a half miles. It would take two and a half centuries to construct. Its announced purpose: to carry humanity away from its ruined world, from the world that had become a perpetual purgatory.To build this vast ship would require the undivided activity of an entire nation and would mean carrying out a ruthless program of war and conquest, of annihilation and reconstruction, and of education and rediscovery.But was this starship really what it was claimed to be? Or was there a greater secret behind its incredible cost - a secret so strange that no man dared reveal it?

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Mirror to the Sky

Mark S. Geston
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Mark S. Geston
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The Day Star

Mark S. Geston
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Mark S. Geston

Once, at the height of Earth's fabled history, there was a city called Ferrin. Compared to Ferrin, all the cities of Earth that ever were or would be - from imperial Rome to towering New York before to the city called R afterwards - paled into insignificance. But in the long twilight centuries that followed the fall of Ferrin memories faded and men's ambitions waned, and by the time that the young man Thel heard of Ferrin, no one was sure it was anything but a myth.But part of an abandoned highway still passed near Thel's home - and when a starry fragment from Ferrin came into Thel's possession, he knew there could be no rest for him until he had followed the ruined roadway that still spanned time and space to find the truth about the Rise and Fall of Ferrin - and also of all humanity's hopes.