Review: The Atlantis Stone – Alex Lukeman

The Atlantis Stone Book Cover The Atlantis Stone
The Project Book 12
Alex Lukeman
Action Adventure
March 21, 2016

A photograph forgotten for a hundred years holds the key to finding the legendary lost civilization of Atlantis and an ancient artifact of mysterious power. When a letter with the photograph and a faded map of Egypt shows up in the mail, the Project is launched into a search that takes them from the depths of the Atlantic to the sands of Egypt and places unseen for thousands of years.
Elizabeth Harker's Project team is caught up in a power struggle between two of Russia's vast intelligence services. As the trail to Atlantis emerges from the mists of the past, the team is stalked by agents of a man who will stop at nothing to gain another rung on the ladder of his ambition.
Whoever succeeds will gain knowledge to benefit the world or destroy it. The stakes don't get any higher...
Can the Project keep the secrets of Atlantis out of the wrong hands?

Review by Gloria Lakritz
Sr Reviewer and Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild

From the moment I read the first book in this series White Jade, I was hooked. So four years and eleven books later, to open the next adventure of this series has made me thrill with anticipation.

Our team is older, been tested and gone through injuries and pain….But the fervor to keep the people of the United States safe has never wavered. These men and woman are members of the Project, working for the President and always undercover. Their leader is Elizabeth Harker. Our computer wiz extraordinaire is Stephanie Willets. .Nick, Selena, Lamont and Ronnie are the tattered and battered team still working together.

We are now on a quest after receiving some evidence that Atlantis was real. The papers came to Selena from a Russian who was aware of her credentials as someone who could read ancient languages. The mention of a stone is what we are looking for, if it is true that Atlantis existed. We again are taken all over the world, chasing clues, following them from land and sea and finally on to Egypt to the Pyramids. We cannot let this information fall into the wrong hands. The scenery is spectacular, seen through the eyes of our author, the danger is always an undercurrent. There is the wonderful scene as the team sends two divers down to investigate what looks like an underwater Pyramid. The Russians do the same. The Russian Team is armed and starts shooting our guys. Blood in the water brings sharks, and oh my goodness the scene changed from book form to movie form before my eyes. The description so real I can see it…..

Mr Lukeman, you have a fan for life…Will be always looking for your next. I have every one of your books on my shelf. Thank you for the adventure.

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