Third Girl (第三の女 Dai-san no Onna) is the 145th chapter of the Prison School manga, serialised in Weekly Young Magazine on July 19th, 2014 and published in tankobon format in Volume 15 on November 6th, 2014.
Summary[edit | edit source]
Risa approach Andre, who is still lying on the ground, and yell at him to get up. The Boys notices that Risa will spots Gakuto who has no means of escapes. However, they are all distract by a student coming here; it Meiko who receives a messenger telling her to come while wearing a school uniform.
Meiko is scolded by Risa, which permit Gakuto to joins the Boys and pretend to have caught Andre. They are then sent back to their rooms, as Gakuto tells to himself that they did their part of the breakout plan. Risa ask Mitsuko if she calls Meiko and she denied. Back at they work, the boys are still working on a plastic rocket during the night.
Chiyo is release the next morning; the day before the Contest. As Mari and Kiyoshi says good-bye to Chiyo, Risa give to Mari a phone to speak with Kate : Kate informs her that the match will be a Cavalry Battle, where both presidents will be the jockey of their own team and white . She adds that she informs all the school that the losing Council will be disbanded. However Mari states that Kate is frightened, claiming Kate is too terrified to speak to her face to face , an accusation that enraged Kate.
Before the conversion is ended, Mari texted Kate : Voleuse (french for a female thief). Kate, doesn't understanding the work, look at many dictionaries in order to find the translation of the insult.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Jouji Nezu
- Kiyoshi Fujino
- Reiji Andou
- Shingo Wakamoto
- Takehito Morokuzu
- Meiko Shiraki
- Mari Kurihara
- Mitsuko Yokoyama
- Kate Takenomiya
- Risa Bettou
- Chiyo Kurihara
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The chapter title is a cultural reference to British detective fiction novel Third Girl by Agatha Christie.
- It is revealed that Mari Kurihara has a minimal grasp of the French language.
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|Prison School by Akira Hiramoto|