I have been planning my fantasy series which uses not too much fantasy but it is still has a type of magic and fantastical inventions. I have always assumed that I would write my story in third person but after reading Charles Dickens David Copperfeild I really would like to write in first person. Would this be a problem since it is fantasy. I am trying to aim it for the first book to be young adult and as the series moves on dealing with more intense scenes such as sex and other more adult incidients but it is still a fantasy so i was just wondering if it is some way wrong to write in first person. Also I have been itching to do the odd chapter from the hero's best friends perspective and also maybe one or two chapters from the heroine's view. What should I decide could i do a first person fantasy and how would i approach the other characters views. would I have to cut them off or could i possibly just write those parts in their view either first or third person or magically show what they are feeling some how?