Two Sides, One Sequence.
Overall, it's a rather thrilling piece, merging superstition, psychology, slice of life, and the usual Japanese risque fare. All the elements have rhyme and reason in being placed together.
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The respective background stories of the characters involved so far also give a sense of flair and thrill.
I'd like to give due commendation to the fact that there's an A-side and a B-side to the same sequence of events by telling the story through the perspectives of the two protagonists. Hardly does one commit to that level of depth in a similar storytelling fashion.
Although the story had to be cut short in mid-confrontation, it also works that way as it prepares the reader for what's to come next.