The Good Fairies of New York - Chapters 32-44 Summary & Analysis

Martin Millar
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Chapters 32-44 Summary

In chapter 32, Morag tells Kerry the real reason she and Heather did not return the pieces of the banner is because they used them to blow their noses on, a worse deed than cutting the banner in the first place. Kerry washes the pieces in her washing machine, making it possible for Morag to return them. The same day, Morag runs into Johnnie Thunders who tells her he traded the poppy to Magenta for the broken guitar she had, but it turned out to not be his. Later, Magenta gave the MacPherson fiddle to the repairman in Chinatown in exchange for money to buy the ingredients for her alcoholic drink. In chapter 33, the poppy continues to change hands while Maeve contacts her friends in Ireland for help against King Tala's army. The MacLeods call their kin as well. In chapter 34, Aelric...

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