First vs third person

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Jun 1, 2016
What about Black House? Second person, present-perfect tense. Never seen it done before.

Yeah, but the occasionally deciding that both narrator and reader are literally watching events from some kind of physical perspective. . . it was weird man. Not at all in a good way. Weirder still because it was inconsistent, but better that it wasn't brought up much.

Now, Goosebumps You Choose the Scare books -- loved those as a kid.