The story is extremely light and whimsical with everything it does, so much so that it can quickly become a boring tedious read because it doesn't drawn in any emotional investment and can sometimes be frustrating because of how irrational or nonsensical things get. For example; in a world where magic is rare and having 20 spells is considered amazing, the fact that the MC (Named Lucio) quickly learned 1000 magic despite being a child doesn't bother anyone. His Noble grandfather and the idiot King hopelessly dote on him without any care for the dangers that much power -should- bring. Of course Lucio doesn't really face threats or consequences for anything in this series and almost everyone does nothing but heap endless praise and worship on him.
Lucio himself doesn't apply common sense or consideration to the actions he takes either and just spends every day screwing around with magic he learned from reading manga and playing with his ever growing number of loli. Which is another stupid thing, The story quickly gives him 6 and 7 year old wives and they spend time playing in their own home because they became independent from the adults, except no visible effort is made into giving these child wives proper education or even Lucio as apparently children are expected to raise and educate themselves in this world once they are 'married'. He ends up pressed into a manga librarian job after saving the princess, then promoted to duke after meeting the king just because he was liked, he soon enough gets sent to manage a vassal country where he meets his third wife who was the previous queen who was an adult women, but it's okay because he just uses magic to turn her into a loli and nobody in the country notices this missing queen... it really just keeps getting more ridiculous as it goes on. While the premise sounds interesting and I gave it two stars before I now say it's one star and I really recommend avoiding this series.