So let me just say, I love my deadpan, quiet but not shy, fifteen year old MC Ivor for my contemporary fantasy. He questions everything, gets angry at the ridiculous rules of magic, and wonders if Harry Potter had to suffer through all the same crap as he's had to deal with. My concern is if he's too quiet for the narrative. I've started writing the first draft in third person, since I love all the extra dynamics and space it gives me to move between my characters. Then my brain yells at me, of course, because as we all know third person is rather limiting. And for having a character that's more of an observer than a talker, do you guys think this could be a down fall? My style allows me to peak into his and other character's heads enough if I desire direct thoughts, but I'm not sure if it's enough. Thoughts?