_____In my novel-to-be, I have a small group of main characters, with one MAIN character. Since my 1st main character is part of most of the scenes (there are some important things that happen between her friends/family without her), I want to alternate the narration every 1-3 chapters between my 1st MC to a secondary MC, back to the 1st, etc. This way, we get both an objective view and a subjective one on every character (especially the 1st MC). _____For example, in chapter one - narrated by the 1st main character - she might stub her toe and hurt herself, causing her to curse her clumsiness. In the next chapter - narrated by her friend, a secondary main character - she shows up late for a double date and her friend notices how she's clumsy, messy, and often late; however she then sees how her date is gaga over her, since for some odd reason guys tend to find these flaws of hers quirky and endearing. _____What do you think? As long as each chapter was clearly headed, would this form of narration still be confusing? Or do the objective/subjective views help paint a fuller, less biased picture of a character's personality traits?