Hi all, In "Allegiant", Veronica Roth starts a chapter with this beautiful, simple sentence. "Something is brewing." It then continues, "I can feel it as I walk..." and on it goes. It draws you in. You hardly notice the first sentence is only three words. Something is brewing. Something is going to happen. What? Do we need to run, to get out of here? Is a fight coming? What is it? Noticing this simple sentence, I wanted to compare it to how it would work in the Third Person. Here's my attempt to keep it neat and simple. "Frodo noticed that something was brewing." I can't even write it in the present tense. "Frodo feels that something is brewing," feels artificial somehow. What do you all think? Does Young Adult fiction (in the Hunger Games, Divergent style) just have to be First Person POV?