I guess I don't lol - I have had to go back over my bookshelf to work out what POV every book is in. Apparently most of my favouries are first person. I have been contemplating a second person narrative think it could potentially suit one of my characters. Reading over a list of second person narratives discovered I have read most of them and never noticed. Iain Banks, Rumer Godden, Lewis Grassic Gibbon (I have read that many times and done it for English Literature so actually analysed it lol), Nathaniel Hawthorne and some of my other favourite authors have written at least chapters or sections of books I have read in second person. To be honest think I might have known Sunset Song was written that way my memory sparked when I read it on the list - the others surprised me. Off to dig out the ones I have on the shelf lol I have come to the conclusion that when the author picks the right voice for the story it doesn't interfere and forms part of it so the reader doesnt notice. It is when that voice is wrong it stands out. My job as an author is to make it so it does not becomes noticeable.