This conclusion to a beautiful trilogy catches up with Anna and her family a few years after "Bombs on Aunt Dainty". Anna is now happily married and settled in England with a successful career. Circumstances force her to return for a visit to Berlin where she finds a country that is familiar but will never be home again.
A little more grown-up than the second book and a lot more than the first, fans of Judith Kerr and the story of Anna will not be disappointed. The book deals with life after the war and the difficulty of rebuilding a life in a country that has become your home and yet where you will never completely fit in.
Anna's relationship with her family that began to be examined in the second book is looked at in more detail without making the story over-analysed.
Whilst not as compelling and Beautiful a read as 'When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit', the story of Anna is brought to a subtle conclusion whilst still leaving the reader able to imagine how it would continue.