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http://gccwines.com/common-app-essay-requirements/ So here we finally are – the last episode of Biblia Koshodou no Jiken Techou (ビブリア古書堂の事件手帖 – Biblia Rare Books Case Files). The last episode presented us with a case involving the works of Edogawa Rampo and a mysterious safe with the barest hint of how to unlock it. In her attempt to help the Kishiro sisters to decipher the code for the safe, Shinokawa (Gouriki Ayame) is pitted against her own mother (Yasuda Narumi), who has represents a party with a competing claim for the contents of the safe.
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source site In confronting her mother who has been missing for years, Shinokawa is clearly flustered. After we find out what they think is in the safe . . .
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Essays For Sale Info . . . Jesse-kun gets his most substantial scene of the series so far, as it seems like there’s something between his character Fumiya and Kosuga Nao (played by Mizuno Erina). It’s still a throw-away scene, though, unless they actually plan to do something with this relationship in a later episode (which I doubt).
next At the gallery-shop, Daisuke bumps into someone he didn’t expect to see – former girlfriend Akiho.
Biblia Koshodou no Jiken Techou (ビブリア古書堂の事件手帖 – Biblia Rare Books Case Files) begins with a question that has probably struck viewers already – is Goura Daisuke (AKIRA) really suited to working at a bookstore when he doesn’t even read books? How can he help customers at all, beyond just looking up inventory and fetching books they ask for?
For his part, he’s just glad to have a study job, and looks forward to learning as he works.
When he gets back to the store, he sees a guy proposing to Shinokawa . . .
This is the final episode of Shinryochu (心療中 – in treatment), which is certainly the most intense drama I’ve reviewed on this site so far. It has featured some phenomenal acting from young actors and actresses playing students who consult with counselor Tenma Ryo (Inagaki Goro), and solid performances from the adults as well. The question in this episode is to what extent the plots will be resolved, and the likely answer given what we’ve seen so far is – not as far as the viewer would like, but perhaps as far as is realistic. After all, with so many characters facing such a range of psychological issues, is it reasonable to believe that a single counselor could somehow magic their pains away?
When we first see Ryo, he’s made a deal with his son to ensure the kid goes to class, then enters to talk with his wife Kanae (Sakai Miki). The breakdown of their marriage is only the first of the plots that this episode has to deal with. Are they going to be able to keep it together?
Well, if you’ve been following along, you know the prospects are definitely not good. Kanae has been trying to break away from Ryo from the very beginning of the series.
As if Ryo doesn’t have problems of his own, he has to be worried about student Tanaka Shun (Takada Sho), who blames himself for his friend Toma’s suicide. In this fragile state, he wants to try hypnotherapy to explore his past, but Ryo doesn’t think dredging up all those painful memories is a good idea when Shun already has grief to digest.
At the beginning of this episode of Shinryochu (心療中 – in treatment), Tenma Ryo (Inagaki Goro) gets a call about his father’s condition worsening, but he can’t bring himself to go to the institution to visit.
His wife Kanae (Sakai Miki) tries to comfort him. Is she being inconsistent, or is she just continuing to think of him as the troubled one – the one who really needs counseling.
Speaking of counseling, Ryo has to deal with a patient he hasn’t seen in a while – Tanaka Shun (Takada Sho). Last time they met, Tanaka confessed to wanting to burn something – possibly his house, possibly something else – particularly in response to his parents contemplating divorce.
We last left Biblia Koshodou no Jiken Techou (ビブリア古書堂の事件手帖 – Biblia Rare Books Case Files) with quite a cliffhanger. Daisuke (AKIRA) had just accused Kasai (Tanaka Kei) of being the person who attacked Shinokawa (Gouriki Ayame) and, judging from the way Kasai immediately struck Daisuke down, it looks like the accusation was justified despite Daisuke’s flimsy evidence.
The beginning of this episode has Daisuke rushing to the hospital roof to save Shinokawa from Kasai. But why are Shinokawa and Kasai so passionate about this one book and the message the author wrote in it (aside from its monetary value)?
Kasai’s only got scissors for a weapon, but neither of the other two look like they’re in any shape to risk taking him down.
Kasai explains why the book is important to him, citing an interpretation of the author’s words that Shinokawa already expressed disagreement with in the previous episode. Kasai seems to have built his life around that interpretation, though, so it might not be a safe thing to try to convince him he’s wrong. Not when he’s got those scissors, anyway.