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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Ninon lost everything in the Second World War through horrible circumstances, but she survived. After the war, Ninon joined The Organization formed by a coalition of allied countries to arrest war criminals. She lived a double life. Ninon was a successful architect to regular people but a lethal field agent and sniper to the few who knew. The most dangerous missions were her playing field. Ninon was also averse to love and commitment, but she was in a long-term relationship with her fellow agent, Christopher. Her heart beat for him, a feeling she evaded. When the news of Christopher’s kidnapping by the USSR reached The Organization, Ninon and her team went to rescue him. Will she succeed in saving Christopher? Find out in Life Has Other Plans by A. Gavazzoni.
Life Has Other Plans by A. Gavazzoni is a riveting novel set from the late 1950s to the early 1960s. The story also features the Second World War, the aftermath, life, and times. Many readers, like me, didn’t live during WWII and the Nazi occupation. This book gave me a snippet of those times while garnishing it with romance, action, crimes, adventure, deceit, and secrecy. Gavazzoni’s book also took me into astrology and mysticism, which was fascinating. I loved the brilliant plot, storyline, character development, and effortless delivery. The characters were impressive, but Christopher was the star of this novel. I took to him, as he was a man of many facets. Ninon’s relationship with Frederick was hilarious. She toyed with that man to the point of confusion. She was also resourceful, seeing opportunities in every dead end. Gavazzoni is the perfect storyteller, mixing fact and fiction with ease. This novel is the second installment in Where The Road Goes series, and I enjoyed it.