My story is essentially about a war between two factions of a country - the north and south. It's a fantasy, being in a world I created. The story goes on to give the insights and perspectives of different characters. Northern king and prince. Southern king and prince. A group of mercenaries. A commander. (And other characters within the different scenes and chapters obviously which needn't be labelled). Main focuses seem to be the Southern Prince (mingled with the king, uncle), the group of mercenaries (story linked with king, prince) and the commander's story is a sub plot but he has some of his own chapters about his journey. The main characters like the Prince, Alzo, the mercenary, Ren - are a part of a lot of the storytelling. Obviously though, this is a story showing both sides of the war, with obstacles face, strategy, mixed with of course treachery, lies, sex, surprises... all the things we want in a book. Many sites advise against this though... saying a story should have one main character. My question is.... what is your view? I want to write a book the majority would prefer obviously. Personally, I think it's more interesting seeing the different viewpoints and the stories do go on chronologically to progress with the story and obviously interlink. Please share your thoughts and advice!