Originally Posted by DrNefario
Multiple first-person viewpoints is a bit oddball - I'd normally expect a single viewpoint in first, and multiple viewpoints in third (or multiple viewpoints with one first and others third) - but as long as I'm not confused (or, not by accident, at least) I'm fine.
I agree with DrNefario. My favorite author, Louis L'Amour, does both first-person and third-person. But, in books with more than one main character, never does first-person. It just seems odd and would get confusing trying to remember who's point of view I was in whether it's in stated in the heading or first paragraph or whatever.
Sue Grafton always does first-person and it makes the stories seem more real to me. But again, there's only one main character. There's never any question who the "I" is.