Alex Lukeman is a Northern California based author who primarily works in the exciting genres of action and adventure. Lukeman’s love for writing began early in his life, however he did not transition his passion into a career for many years. Instead, he spent a great deal of time gathering fascinating experiences that he could use to contribute to the richness of his stories. Particularly, Lukeman spent a good portion of his career in the United States military. This service to his country has informed a great deal of the stories he tells. Lukeman interweaves his real life experiences with the fiction he writes, creating an extremely realistic basis for his novels.
Order of Alex Lukeman Non-Fiction Books
Order of The Project Series
|3||The Seventh Pillar||2012|
|5||The Tesla Secret||2012|
|6||The Nostradamus File||2013|
|7||The Ajax Protocol||2014|
|8||The Eye of Shiva||2014|
|9||The Solomon Scroll||2015|
|10||The Russian Deception||2015|
|11||The Atlantis Stone||2016|
Lukeman is famous for the novels that are contained within The Project series. This fascinating series is focused on an elite team of members of a counter-terrorism black ops unit. Surprisingly one person they have to answer to, it the U.S. President which clearly illustrates how much power they wield.
ALEX LUKEMAN AWARDS:
Lukeman’s fifth novel in The Project Series is, The Tesla Secret, was ranked on the Amazon best sellers list. This novel won the Best Indie Book Award in 2013.
BEST ALEX LUKEMAN BOOKS:
Possibly the best book in The Project series to date is the aforementioned, The Tesla Secret. This award winning novel is based around the scientific theories and designs of renowned scientist and inventor, Nikola Tesla. Tesla was a fascinating Serbian American inventor, who is most recognized for both conceptualizing and designing the alternating current electricity supply system. With all of the incredible advancements spurred by Tesla’s works, it is not hard to imagine that he was also capable of designing the plans for some incredibly powerful and potentially destructive weapons. In The Tesla Secret, Lukeman cinematically describes a harrowing scenario – these weapons plans fall into the wrong hands.
In this novel, Tesla’s plans are going to be used by malicious parties to carry out their goals no matter what. They will not yield for anything, and the deadly threat of nuclear war is not even an adequate deterrent. However, the novel is not without a touch of romance, as two of the operatives not only work on the same team, but are also in a relationship. The stark contrast between their deep loving feelings for each other and their destructive work lives create a fascinating dichotomy that really underscores the depth of human emotions.
Another fascinating installment in The Project series is the highly rated sixth novel, The Nostradamus File. This novel kicks off with the unfortunate death of a Parisian bookseller who had unwittingly discovered some previously unknown prophecies in a manuscript by the famous man. When it becomes clear that the bookseller was murdered, the Project team must traverse the globe in search of the highly coveted Ark of the Covenant.Why would this object be of importance to the Project team? It is a critical component to the plan some evildoers have to trigger not just a new large-scale war but also a Crusade to happen in the Middle East.
Adding another critical layer of humanity to the novel, Lukeman paints one of the characters as having an extremely difficult battle with PTSD. Balancing his love, his work, and trying to figure out how to get past such a detrimental mental state makes for an incredibly relatable character. This novel will bring the reader into the fascinating world of special ops, but also remind them that humans across the globe are all impacted by the negative effects that violence has on everyone.
Alex Lukeman reaches out and interacts with his readers and fans via active social media channels, keeping him on the pulse of what the public is interested in reading.
His The Project series novels are amplified by a creative series of web pages that cover the details of the members on the team and even delves into some interesting tidbits from “declassified missions.” This inventive touch gives readers a deeper look into their favorite characters, and adds a level of detail that is frequently left out of typical books to keep them from getting too lengthy. The clever utilization of this digital space certainly shows how in touch Alex Lukeman is with his readers.