This all seems to forced. The Marquess and Ria already knew it was a Deathtrap. Couple chapters ago, the Marquess even stated that she has her own backup plans for the safety of the children. I don't see how the author is going to explain the lack of protection in such an obvious trap scenario.
Seems very forced. Especially with Fay, considering she was the one who cut off Amie. Even with the previous incident with Amies bf, Fay was completely uninvolved. Author should have written more interactions involving Fay and Amie to not make this look so forced.
Pretty sure his memories are mixed with the original body.
Just caught up to the story at chapter 458, and it has yet to disappoint me. It's difficult to find novels of this quality at WebNovel. Grammer can still .r slightly improved, but the story itself is top notch. Keep up the good work author, and don't rush the story. The gradual character development of Noel and Anna, along with the improvement in their relationship is definitely a big part of why this novel is so good.
I have read up to chapter 89 and the book has been enjoyable so far. My only issue is the main characters personality which sometimes breaks the immersion for me. As a grand sage in his previous life, I had some expectation that his personality would not be so childish. I can understand his overtly excited and emotional behaviour when it comes to magic, as that is the one things he loves the most, but whenever I read this novel it feels like the Mc should be a normal boy from earth who reincarnated into a magical world with modern science knowledge. Aside from when the author reminds us of his previous life as a old grand sage I always see the Mc as a normal kid. His interactions with other people whether they be adults or kids his age have no semblance of a reincarnated sage. And whenever the contrast does appear it breaks my immersion which is a bit annoying. In my opinion this novel would be much better if the Mc was either a normal child with some lucky encounters or a magic loving human from earth. If you can look past that issue then this novel is well written and fun to read.