Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 348 was released on 2nd October 2021. You can expect its other chapters to be released this month itself!!
Nie Li was given a second shot at life after being killed by a Sage Emperor and resurrected as his 13-year-old self. A second opportunity to do things right and save his loved ones and the city he adores. He will fight the Sage Emperor once again to avenge his death and that of his lover.
He will achieve the peak of Martial Arts with the enormous knowledge of a hundred years of existence he gathered in his former incarnation, wielding the strongest demon spirits.
In this new lifespan, old grudges will be put to rest. “Now that I’m returned, I’ll become the King of the Gods who rule over everything in this lifetime. Everything else should quake under my feet!”
About the Series:
It belongs to the Gods and Demons subgenre of fantasy literature, which focuses on Chinese mythology’s deities, immortals, and monsters. The books “Journey to the West” and “The Investiture of the Gods” are two additional well-known members of this group. Tales of Demons and Gods is one of the few mangas from China that you may suggest to your relatives and friends.
Because of the incredible plot of the series, it is almost certain that people will become addicted to it. Tales of Demons and Gods consists of a large range of genres, including romance, fantasy, action, adventure, drama, comedy, and wuxia.
Tales of Demons and Gods has attracted a large number of readers from all over the world because of its stunning artwork across the many chapters and volumes. So, if you’re a die-hard fan of this manga, we’ve got all the latest information on the publication date, narrative, were to read it, and more.
Tales of Demons and Gods Chapter 348 Release Date:
The series will release on 2nd October 2021.
Where to Read Online
Fans may read the future chapters only on Tales of Demons and Gods’ official website and manga readers. Manga Plus applications are accessible on both the Google Play Store and the Apple Store, and you may read them there.
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