I've been doing some more writing recently, and have been working on a novel of sorts that follows a few different people in the last days before the world. I want to use a different writing style for each story arc, and make some use of non-traditional styles, primarily I'm interested in three forms: a second person narrative, a series of like police reports on someone, and a form of narrative poetry (like Beowulf or The Odyssey), most likely alliterative. I'm wondering if anyone has read any stories written in similar styles. Alliterative poetry, obviously, isn't too hard to come across, however I've never seen a second person work intended for adults (actually I've only ever seen it in a few Goosebumps books when I was a kid, I think), and the one based on records of the person. If so, what did you like/dislike about the style of it? And does anyone have any other ideas for writing styles?