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  1. #11
    Josh Lemay
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    Re: Switching viewpoints with multiple protagonists

    I like the idea of switching viewpoints between characters, but I don't think I could enjoy a book that switched from 3rd to 1st person PoV that often. It just seems overly jarring to me. If you think you can get it to work, that's great, though.

    Personally, I'd probably stay with one point of view(1st person or 3rd person limited) and then switch between the two(or more) chars while using the same type of PoV. Just my opinion.



  2. #12
    Joe Zeff
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    Re: Switching viewpoints with multiple protagonists

    Devin, Bob Heinlein did the same thing in The Number Of The Beast, except that it was all first person POV.

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