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Which is better (or preferred) … stories with multiple character points of view? Or stories that stick to just one or two at most? And, why? From the archives.

If it's well done, I love a book with multiple character points of view. If it's not well done, I hate the book! Lately, I've read several books using this technique and they were done well, so I have been having fun with my reading.

I like multiple perspectives because it gives a wider scope on the story. It's interesting to see how a single action is processed by different characters.

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