5/5 Barbara and her two young daughters are finally reunited in South Africa.
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4/5 With the war finally over, Barbara describes the devastation in Holland and Germany.
3/5 Barbara travels through Holland. Meanwhile, in South Africa, young Polly is ill again.
2/5 Having become a war correspondent, Barbara travels to Paris and paints in field hospitals.
1/5 Barbara Loxton was a war correspondent who was separated from her daughters during WWII.
5/5 How to test your own will to live; the history of the tie-in book.
4/5 The perfect funeral service; the perfect gravestone; 'parlez-vous cancer?'.
3/5 Cancer - the infrequently asked questions; cancer and astrology.
2/5 Things to learn before you die without leaving home; the cancer diet book.
1/5 Things to do before you die and literary rivalry with his oncologist.
10/10 Shug is back, and Celie is finally reunited with her sister Nettie and her children.
9/10 Celie has returned home and she and Mister become friends.
8/10 Celie's stepfather dies and she inherits more than she ever imagined.
7/10 Celie leaves Mister to live with Shug in Memphis.
6/10 Celie's sister is in Africa and Celie discovers the truth about the man she knows as Pa.
5/10 Shug and Celie discover a terrible secret: Mister has been hiding Nettie's letters.
4/10 Sofia is beaten by the police and thrown in jail after hitting the Major.
3/10 Celie falls in love with Mister's lover, the glamorous singer Shug Avery.
2/10 Celie is at the mercy of Mister, her cruel husband. Mister's son, marries the feisty Sofia
1/10 Celie is a young black girl born into a world of poverty and segregation.
5/5 The Book of Psalms provides the final, vital clue.
4/5 Jo's investigations take her into Edinburgh's underworld.
3/5 The wine-stained Iain Rae plays Watson to Jo's Holmes.