Do you think that it is possible for the writer to switch viewpoints, WITHOUT alerting the reader, and having it feel natural? This is a brief example: Chapter 1 I met someone on the street that was juggling bowling pins. He looked kind of odd with his tall hat and his long beard... Chapter 2 I get strange looks from all kinds of different people, but this hat is the only thing that connects me with the world. You see, I am blind, so I need this hat's psychic abilities to go about my everyday life. And these bowling pins are the only things protecting me from the demons that haunt me! You see, viewpoints switched without any notice, and it should have been easy to pick up on which character was talking. I think that it's possible for an entire novel to follow that format with multiple characters, although I'm not an experienced writer and want to hear what some pros have to say. A book may already exist that uses that, and I just don't know about it. If that's the case, is this a formula that new writers can try, or does it take the finesse of an expert?