So I have decided to write in third person and the book will almost exclusively be from one characters perspective, with the occasional head jump that is only a few lines long, and rarely I might add. Furthermore, the book will have a omnipotent narrator, for instance, the narrator will tell how the character feels: “Fendraels father rushes over to him and lifts him up on his shoulder, the people in the crowed are cheering. Infected by the energy in the air, Fendrael starts cheering as well, he has never felt so accepted and it feels like he could do anything.” but I avoid narrating information about the world, for instance I will have character interaction to convey such information: Fendrael walks through the hallway until he reaches the living room, his father is sitting with an old friend in the right corner of the room, discussing. “We live in bad times Perael, I have heard that 10 more cities in the central region has seceded from the authority of the emperor, this does not bode well for us, sooner or later we will be affected by the uprising as well”, says Garret, a friend of his father. “Nonsense Garret, we are in the southern region of the Empire, far away from the turmoil, and don't forget, our duke is a close friend of the Emperor, the security here is beyond the capabilities of a mere rebel army”, Fendraels father says. But that is difficult sometimes, so I was wondering, is it possible to tell something that the character knows but something that he is not explicitly saying or thinking?