I am currently adapting a screenplay into novel form and am seeking some advice on how to constantly bounce between two areas and POVs in almost rapid succession. A person is being attacked in the real world by their possessed friend, for example. At the exact same time, same location, but in a sort of limbo world, another character is dealing with an entity that has possessed this attacking friend. So in screenplay format, it was easy to bounce between this limbo world and the results that occurred in the real world simultaneously due to scene headings. But in a novel, I am struggling with how to format it as to not confuse the reader. If the entity is punched, it would lead to an almost immediate result in the real world of the possessed person stumbling backwards. So it'd be almost like a one to one ratio of what happens in one place, immediately should be expressed in the other. Anyone have any advice or examples of published works that do something similar? On a side note: The limbo world is the same setting but with no color or living people, so technically different in that sense. Also, it will be third person narrative. Would page breaks be too jarring? It would lead to so many, so frequently if I want to bounce around that much. On the other hand, having no page breaks, would it be hard to follow in theory?