The story is a dystopian semi-paranormal novel that could possibly span into a few more books. It tells the story of a man trying to quench his vendetta and bring a group of people to justice after murdering a boy. He hires an accomplice to help him with the dirty work. I was thinking of writing it in First Person from his accomplice's POV. It would be a sort of lament. He's speaking presently after the events have already taken place(but in reference to the past, like an interview). This would be done after opening the book with a scene of his accomplice rummaging through old diaries that were kept by the MC. Then the story itself is a sort of flashback/back-track. My second choice is Third Person Omnipresent, which is simpler. What is your opinion? It's an open field for me because they both have an unlimited "view" of what occurred. Even the First Person narrative because he's reading diaries that explain events that he was not personally present to see, so he can fill in gaps for what he already knows. Thoughts? Thank you.