Everyone makes mistakes in their lives. It’s part of who we are. Some mistakes are minor. Some are bigger. And some have terrible consequences. It’s how we deal with these consequences that defines who we are as a person.
Do we face them bravely, head on? Or do we run from them? And if given the opportunity, how far would we be willing to go to undo what we have done?
Jonathan Bouchard has made a terrible mistake and it cost him dearly. And tonight, in the heart of London, the borough of Westminster is the stage for a play that will decide about the young witch’s future.
Westminster, London, 2004
Jonathan had to hold himself up against one of the marble columns. All strength had vanished as soon as those double doors closed behind him. He stood alone in the entry hall of the Witch Council. Light streamed through the high windows of the room, even though it was nighttime. The Council Chamber existed in a pocket dimension, hidden away right under everyone’s eyes and yet unseen in