The only book I've ever heard of doing this is War and Peace. Were there any other books that had two or even more prologues? I'm really feeling like the story I'm writing needs two prologues, because the first prologue involves the last decades of the world's existence (except not really -- but that's a big reversal that is key to the entire story). The second prologue is kind of like.... Hmm, stories similar to those from the Bible, but since the focus of the story is an entirely new Incarnation of the world, (i.e. the world "starting over") a whole new Bible would need to be written. Which would be a humongous project itself. I might want to make that the Second Prologue. Or an abridged version of that at least. Is this a bad idea? Or at least risky? I could probably write a more complete version of THAT in its own book. Like a fantasy, Ancient Greek tale inspired novel. Let me know what you think please. Thanks.