Starting to wrap up my novel and trudging through the mire of doubt. I am currently at 90k words (which I figure fits nice enough into the "desirable range") with sixteen chapters. The story itself is not an action packed thriller; more of a psychological horror delving a little into the supernatural realm. The first five chapters are biographical of the MC interspersed, both present and past, with a little action not related to main conflict. Chapter six, MC reaches location where conflict happens. Chapter 7, conflict happens. The rest of the novel is the action derived from chapter 7 until the resolution in the final couple of pages. Does this rhythm seem ok, or are five chapters of getting to know the MC too much? Should I find a way to introduce what the conflict is going to be somewhere before it actually happens?