The Daily Life of the Immortal King


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As a cultivation genius who has achieved a new realm every two years since he was a year old, Wang Ling is a near-invincible existence with prowess far beyond his control. But now that he’s sixteen, he faces his greatest battle yet – Senior High School. With one challenge after another popping up, his plans for a low-key high school life seem further and further away…

Wang Ling: I just want to eat my crispy noodle snacks in peace…

Father Wang: If you’re careless enough to destroy the country, it’s coming out of your pocket money.

Wang Ling: It’s not my fault that the backlash from punching me kills you.

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Related Series
Library of Heaven’s Path (1)
Martial King’s Retired Life (1)
The Novel’s Extra (1)
Why Did You Summon Me? (1)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
07/21/18 Qidian International c60
07/21/18 Qidian International c59
07/20/18 Qidian International c58
07/20/18 Qidian International c57
07/19/18 Qidian International c56
07/18/18 Qidian International c55
07/18/18 Qidian International c54
07/17/18 Qidian International c53
07/16/18 Qidian International c52
07/16/18 Qidian International c51
07/15/18 Qidian International c50
07/15/18 Qidian International c49
07/14/18 Qidian International c48
07/14/18 Qidian International c47
07/13/18 Qidian International c46
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New bkwusa rated it
July 12, 2018
Status: c30
It is an interesting world, a cultivation world that has gone through similar changes as our society and ended up in a modern world.

However the plot is badly done. The MC has super powers since birth, is probably the strongest person in the world at 10. I don't mind this, however the plot has continuity problems. At the beginning it states one thing, then later on to introduce a new plot element it's revised on the fly.

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Example: He draws a rune on himself to hide his power. Later it wasn't himself who did it, it was his cousin who was jealous of his power and wanted to suppress him. Next he suddenly has a power to make people forget everything about him that they learned before meeting him. However it has affected none of the previous people who met him and already knew things about him like his entrance test score.

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New Malcom rated it
July 11, 2018
Status: --
Couldn't be bothered to keep reading this. As others have mentioned it's just a knock off Saiki Kusuo no psi nan. But it's also worse in every way so I would suggest to read the original if you haven't.

Unlike the original which was a gag manga that parodied all the cliche power fantasy manga's this story is just another power fantasy. The author also tried changing the setting of the story, now the MCs abilities aren't impossible, just insanely strong. But they kept the same story which causes a lot... more>> of obvious plotholes. <<less
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KingSilverSun rated it
July 2, 2018
Status: c20
if you like siaki kusou, than you are going to love this! It is the cultivation version of saiki kusou complete with the the super hot blooded teen, the really pretty girl, the guy who looks like a tough guy and can have his mind read!

I love saiki kusou, so of course I like this novel as well. I like how it is based around cultivation, since I love cultivation novels. It’s taking the saiki kusou that I love and the cultivation style that I love and puts them together... more>> creating something awesome! <<less
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Icura rated it
July 3, 2018
Status: c14
The problem with this story is that you have an OP character, in a similar fashion to someone like Saitama from One-punch man, except that this overpowered character is too "excellent" in all areas. Unlike Saitama who can only rely on his fist as his strength, this MC can do everything from one punch to reading minds and erasing memories at will. This is problematic as it doesn't lead to comedic situations or creative situations where they have to work around an issue. Rather, it becomes episodic as he completes... more>> his tasks with his complete encyclopedia of powers such as erasing the mind of the girl he saves.

Truly, there is no challenge or need for him to keep everything secretive when he can read their minds and memories as well as erase/replace their memories. There is a lack of continuity. There is a lack of creativity. There is some comedy, but it is overshadowed by the fact that he can do absolutely anything he wants with impunity.

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burning_ice19 rated it
July 4, 2018
Status: --
A parody and Cultivation Chinese Version of Saiki Kousou no Psi Nan.

For me MC is weaker than Saiki.

The story atleast has a flow and I can sense some little to none PLOT unlike Saiki which is like a Gag Show full of humor.- But I AM NOT saying to focus more on comedy.

The story itself is good for a light read.

Recommend it for those seeking a light read who also like Saiki.
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ninthlite rated it
July 2, 2018
Status: c13
Read thirteen chapters, and this seems to be a chinese knock off on Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan, down to the fact that the MC never speaks and his parents are idiots. Past that, the comedy is not even funny. I'm only thirteen chapters in and I've yet to be amused. Usually the early chapters tend to have the best material, I can't imagine it gets better from here on out.

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kingScorn rated it
July 2, 2018
Status: c6
This novel seems entirely based upon the premise of Disastrous life of Saiki K/Saiki Kusuo no psi nan. But instead of the protagonist being super esper here it is super cultivator. Even the characters seem to be ripped off directly with same core character traits. Basically if you want to read Chinese version of Disastrous life of Saiki K/Saiki Kusuo no psi nan. Basically Chinese take on the whole thing.
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