The Good Fairies of New York Themes

Martin Millar
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Friendship

Heather and Morag have known each other since they competed against each other in a music contest. They both played the same song and played it exceptionally well, causing them both to win the first prize. This contest caused a note of competition to exist between them for the life of their friendship, causing them to constantly fight about anything in which one might be superior to the other. Their friendship is unique, leading them to get kicked out of Scotland, to become so drunk they travel to America unawares, and to become embroiled in turf warfare without even realizing what it is they have done. Heather and Morag have a unique friendship based on competition that propels the majority of the plot in this novel.

As Heather and Morag arrive in New York, they find themselves in the apartment of an unpleasant young man named Dinnie. Heather...

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