In the novel I am currently working on, the main Character's mother has been murdered and he has now moved in with his father in another country. The main character understands why he and his father could not be together before, and why he couldn't know of his father's existence, but he is 15... I guess I am asking, I'm not sure how my character would be feeling about it... Would there be feelings of resentment, anger that will persist regardless of any logical explanation? How would someone who grew up without a father cope with the sudden change? That aspect itself isn't a major part of the story, but for the suspension of disbelief to work I think it is definitely something to consider? Thanks, -Del.