I wrote a flash fiction in 2nd person - basically letters to another character. And while I haven't read it - I believe Gilead would be in 2nd person as the father addresses his son. I did read a straight novel with 2nd person - The Oldest Song though most of the 'you passages' were at the beginning and then towards the end. Some create your own adventure stories may use 2nd person. It's a rare choice but it has been done - difficult to do well though.