So I had this idea for a trilogy: Basically I have two main characters in my trilogy. One is a super soldier created by an evil company who's "name" is Titan 215 (Given by the company from: What he is classified as [A Titan] and the order in which he was created ) a.k.a. Lume (As in Looms over you and Aluminium the metal). The other is a girl (18) who's name is Reyna who is a young innocent girl to start out with and then becomes more able to fight later in the first book. So my idea is to have the first book be a First Person Narrative from the view point of Lume and for the second book to be a First Person Narrative from the view point of Reyna a few years later. Then for the third book I was thinking of making it a Third Person Narrative possibly switching between the two (at the moment I don't have much of an idea of what to make the third book about but I have a good idea of what the first two will be[Currently half way through writing the 1st book]). I was wondering is this a good idea or would this be weird for the reader?