Point Of Veiw
First Person, Third Person, Omniscient, Third Person Limited
The narrator participates in the action of the story and can tell only what they see, hear, know, think, or feel. This narrator uses I when talking about her or himself. This is like my book Beautiful Demons.
The narrator is not a character in the story, but describes events from the "outside." This kind of narrator uses pronouns like he, she, and they to describe the other characters.
Omniscient and Third Person Limited
The narrator in omniscient knows and tells about each character and what they think and feel. In third person limited the narrator relates the inner thoughts and feelings of only one character.