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Description: Biblia Second-hand Bookstore has been quietly open for business in some corner of Kamakura. Its owner is Shinokawa Shioriko (Goriki Ayame), a young, pretty but introverted girl who is extremely shy around strangers and cannot interact well with people she meets for the first time. However, when it comes to knowledge of old books, no one can to compare to her. Talking about books makes Shioriko forget her shyness. In fact, she becomes eloquent and passionate. She unravels the mysteries and secrets associated with many old books with her vast knowledge and keen eye
Disclaimer: I have a bias for antique books. So, this drama is perfect for me.
Even without my bias, this is a marvelous drama, judging from only the first episode. The story is intriguing and a bit mysterious. It looks to be a mystery-solving drama, set in an antique bookstore. And, the antique book expert seems to be a female "Sherlock Holmes" with what she can deduce from the clues about a book.
The pace and execution of the plot keeps the viewer’s attention and interest. The cinematography and colors are beautiful. And, the soundtrack is great.
I can hardly wait for the rest of the episodes.