The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

Martin Millar
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Chapters 1-5 Summary

Heather and Morag were thrown out of Scotland, leaving them to wander Europe in search of a place where they can form the punk rock band they have always dreamed of. One night, while drinking with friends, Heather and Morag pass out in some sort of shipping container and are flown to New York City. When they wake, they are terribly hung over and they fly into the room of an unpleasant New Yorker who is less than thrilled to see them.

In chapter 1, a drunk Heather and Morag, thistle fairies, fly into Dinnie MacKintosh's window as he plays a violin badly. Dinnie runs out of the room and tells people on the street that he has seen fairies and they laugh at him. At the same time, five more fairies find themselves in Central Park, unsure how they got there...

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