Broken into two chapters, the overarching story of TWO WITCHES involves one particularly powerful family bloodline. In the first chapter, Masha’s (Kennedy) grandmother injects herself into the life of a young, pregnant woman named Sarah. Then, in the second chapter, the story shifts focus to Masha. Young, odd and a little aimless, everything changes when Masha finally inherits a power that puts china sets and antique furniture to shame.
By lovingly digging up dusty old genre tropes and presenting them on a bright, bloody, silver platter, Pierre Tsigaridis manages to upend expectations in a refreshing way.