Many known books are usually in first or third point of view. Second point of view is the unloved sibling of the family. For those who don't remember what second point of view is, it's where the author makes the reader a part of the story. So instead of using they, she/he, or I, the author uses you. For example, an author would write "you went towards the stairs" not "they went towards the stairs." Let's spread the love of second point of view books and here are seven books you might like:
7: If on a Winter's Night a Traveller
Author: Italo Calvino
The reader had recently purchased a book, only to discover it is missing a couple of parts. You go back to the bookstore to return the book, to only be given Outside the Town of Malbork. After that, you meet a woman named Ludmilla, who became a main character with you. Ludmilla had also had the same experience as you and both of you set to find the rest of the novel. The novel is full of twist and turnings that will have the reader reading until the end.
6: Bright Lights, Big City