Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint (Web Novel KR)
Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint (Web Novel KR)

Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint (Web Novel KR)

Omniscient Reader

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4.8
552 Chapters 27M Views 36.4K Bookmarked Completed Status

Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint (Web Novel KR) novel is a popular light novel covering Action, Adventure, and Drama genres. Written by the Author Sing-Shong. 552 chapters have been translated and translation of all chapters was completed.

Summary

Only I know the end of this world.

One day our MC finds himself stuck in the world of his favorite webnovel. What does he do to survive? It is a world struck by catastrophe and danger all around.

His edge? He knows the plot of the story to end. Because he was the sole reader that stuck with it. Read his story to see how he survives!

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Comments on the novel chapters for the last week.

: 1 comment on Chapter 515: The most ancient dream (4)
: 1 comment on Chapter 514: The most ancient dream (3)
: 2 comments on Chapter 512: The most ancient dream (1)
: 1 comment on Chapter 300: Episode 57 - Glorious Return (1)
: 2 comments on Chapter 299: Reader and Writer (5)
  • LeeOnwho0nlyReadPEAK 12

    Though i didn't felt that many goosebumps and wow moments, it is still one of my fav Webnovels ever . It's power system and World building was so good . Mc was mature . Looks like manhwa is doing it's job . It's my 3rd Favourite fiction

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  • Lemonbunny 2

    I saw that this novel has 764 chapters in korean, or am I wrong? 552 is the real number of chapters?? I'm a little confused! Hope someone can answer me please!!

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    • LeeOnwho0nlyReadPEAK 12

      Mani story - 516 chs Epilogue: 35 chs Sude story: 200+ chs

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  • Emirhanklndr46 1

    Hadi bakam basliyaj

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  • Blow 1

    One of my fav novels fr

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  • Nirray 1

    The probability and possibility stuff is a bit hard to get used to but if you understand the whole concept of the novel and the story it’s trying to tell, it’s a really beautiful story. The novel is quite long and if you can read it till the end, it’s amazing.

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  • BLACKOUT 2

    Is this gay?

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  • Bunnywalker 12

    I've had this novel in my library a while now and I've been putting it off, going so far as to search for other less talked about novels to read. Why? well because I don't want to be disappointed. But now even Gigguk is talking about it and as such I believe that it is time I take the plunge. Deep breath and... Dive.

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  • inrdmds 1

    someone tell me if I should still read this I've read the manwha but I think I got spoiled that the mc dies or something idk anything about it though or how it happens if it does should I still read or what? please don't spoil just tell me if it's still worth reading

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    • Joury_me 1

      Well, I was one of those who read the novel before it became a manhwa, so I can tell you that the atmosphere of the novel is better than the manhwa, so you can repeat it from the beginning if you want... I mean, if you have a vivid imagination, you will find the novel more enjoyable because of the description in it... And also... the death of the ml, well, mmmm, among readers of the novel, opinions differ... I mean, read it and decide for yourself.

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    • doloadventures 4

      Worth reading. I read the manhwa as well and decided to pick up where the manhwa left off. Still amazing.

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    • iamlazy 20

      yep, it's gonna be amazing.

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      • inrdmds 1

        okay thanks πŸ‘

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  • ConfusedTraveler 5

    Everyday I descend to Starbucks, and read 10 Ch from this masterpiece while drinking a hot coffee. . I think that's better than the old sofa I've finished lotm in fr.

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    • Joury_me 1

      Well, unfortunately, Starbucks is on the boycott list because it is one of the first companies to support the genocide that is taking place in Gaza... but I enjoyed the novel with a bag of tissues next to me to wipe my tears with πŸŒšπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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      • ConfusedTraveler 5

        Yeah, I'm not will informed in politics, so I didn't know that Starbucks supports the war in Gaza, it's really a cruel thing, and I feel sad and anger because of how ruthless they take the souls of the people of Gaza

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  • BookReaper 1

    This here guys is pure gold!!!

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