Why do you feel inclined to pay or even read these novels that you think have unsuitable grammar for you? If you have high standards for quality (like I do), then most locked novels have 60-100, if not even more, free chapters for you to read and decide if you like the quality enough. If it's not good enough, then don't pay for it and find better novels to read! Simple!
This is the only point I have to argue against.
Why do I feel inclined to pay for those novels of poor translation quality? Because as much as the translation quality sucks donkey balls, through it I see a diamond of a story. If any old book at all will do your suggestion has merit but as I pointed out in one of the other threads, what is the point of suggesting other books if I wanted to read Harry Potter, those other books may have similar themes, but they are not Harry Potter.
To use the earlier restaurant example, you go to a shop proporting the only genuine type of cuisine in your area, you go having tasted it yourself abroad. When the meal is served, its undercooked and presented in a similar fashion to dumping it in an animal feed bag. Should you just take it cause hey its food, any food will do right? Who cares that it's a food you've tried before and come to love and because you're paying the server should give it to you in any shape right? I mean you can go anywhere for food right, sure it's not what you want but that doesnt matter a wit in a service industry. Right?
Otherwise a great post just #7 rubs me wrong.