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The Good Fairies of New York by Martin Millar
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Jul 27, 2011

really liked it

A fun tale of two Scottish fairies who find themselves in New York after committing a heinous crime against the clans. After a fight, Morag and Heather separate and end up with a pair of neighbours. Innitially Heather tries to teach her human friend to play the fiddle, while Morag helps her human friend gather flowers for a celtic alphabet. During these adventures, the fairies run afoul of the Italian and Chinese fairies of New York.

Meanwhile, the rest of their party, including three Irish fairies and two English fairies, are hanging out in Central Park. The English fairies are royalty fleeing from their oppressive father. Unfortunately this group runs afoul of the African fairies.

So can the various groups of fairies sort out the misunderstandings in time to stop an invasion of the English fairies? Can then bring two star-crossed lovers together? Can they help a ghost find his long lost guitar? And can Morag and Heather become friends again? Hillarity insues as you find out. Not deep, not going to change your life, but you will have a fun time following the adventure to the end. Nice light reading.

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