The Top 5 WebSites to Read Novels Online in 2019

The Top 5 WebSites to Read Novels Online in 2019

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Do you have a favorite web serial, comic, or novel? Nowadays, online novels were getting more and more popular online. Of course, I?m not talking about e-books.

In Western world, there is a growing demand for web novels, people are fascinated by these fantasy universes created by web novels.

Here are 5 websites I highly recommend to web novel fans. You can not only read a variety of novels online and you can even try to publish your own works on these sites!

Wattpad (www.wattpad.com)

Wattpad is an Internet community for readers and writers to publish new user-generated stories in different genres, including classics, general fiction, historical fiction, non-fiction, poetry, fan-fiction, spiritual, humor, and teen fiction. If you?re a web fiction fan, you?ve probably heard of Wattpad. As an industry leader in online fiction, the platform claims to have an audience of more than 70 million users, who can directly interact with the writers and share their opinions with fellow readers. 77% of its content is written in English. A number of Wattpad users are translating stories to continue to build the platform.

What it?s good for: A big amount of various novels.

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Wuxiaworld (www.wuxiaworld.com)

Wuxia World is another liberary of Chinese and Korean light novels. The site is run by a group of translators, more than thirty stories are updated daily. but, some of these stories might be unlicensed and the original authors may not be aware that the stories are being translated and published here..

What it?s good for: Reading popular Chinese and Korean web fiction in English.

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Webnovel (www.webnovel.com)

Webnovel is Qidian?s international site. qidian.comhas original and translated Chinese content, while Webnovel has english translations of Chinese, Korean, Japanese (eastern in general) stories.

Differert from the other sites featured here, Web Novel does charge a fee to unlock chapters for some of their more popular works through a convoluted ?spirit stone? currency system.

What it?s good for: Reading popular Chinese fiction and English originals.

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TapRead (www.tapread.com)

TapRead is a fast growing publisher of online fiction. They are owned by Zongheng Literature, a Chinese web fiction company, which is a subsidiary of tech behemoth Baidu. The site features both translated works and English originals. Unlike the other sites featured here, novels on TapRead are totally free currently.

On the plus side, the UI and design are a step above the norm, Light size of TapRead APP and no ads give you a very pleasant reading experience.

What it?s good for : On Tapread, you can not only a reader, but also a writer. You can easily create your own fiction on the site.

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Gravity Tales (www.gravitytales.com)

Gravity Tales is an online publisher of translated Chinese and Korean fiction. Their stories are licensed and translated at a brisk pace. Translation and grammar quality varies depending on the series, but if you enjoy stories based on Asian mythology, this is one to check out.

What it?s good for: Reading popular Chinese and Korean web fiction in English.

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