It's entirely possible that there is no good answer to this question, but I figured it was better to ask just in case.
I've finished a first draft of my choose-your-own-adventure story. It's 266 passages, with three POV characters and five endings. Obviously, there's a lot to proofread. Most of all, I want to make sure the story makes sense no matter which choice readers make, especially since readers can skip from one POV to another. The best way to do this would be to read each possible storyline by itself, to ensure that readers don't miss information even if they don't read every passage.
Is there a good way to read each storyline separately? Or do I just need to figure out all the possible configurations manually?