I've looked at a few other questions and answers but nothing that I was really looking for. The point of view is a little confusing at the beginning (and probably) throughout the novel. It starts with one of the characters, but not the main character. It's in third person but follows along with her day-to-day life. Somewhat near the end of the chapter or the beginning of the next chapter it's going to be focused on the main character and following what he is going through (he has amnesia).
Later on, I want to write a scene about two of the characters sharing a secret about the main character but I don't want the main to hear it. So the point of views continuously swaps around. Does it matter dramatically?
I could always start the novel off with the main character not understanding what is happening, but I thought it would've been interesting to see what one of the reoccurring characters often do.