I had a hard time finding anything related to this topic so forgive me if it just came up. I have a trilogy planned out after I finish the thriller I am writing. After having the story play out in my head and after seeing it on paper I realize that writing it in either Third Person Limited or Third Person Omniscient would ruin some of what I am trying to accomplish with the character development. In other words I do not want to write out what the characters are feeling or thinking, I simply want to tell the story as if the reader was watching through a camera lens. I can't recall any fiction written in Third Person Objective. Non-fiction is where I usually see it. Being that I read a lot of non-fiction I tend to like this perspective a lot. I want the reader to come to understand my MC through his actions. In the beginning I want the reader to buy into his deception and believe the other characters when they say he is a bad person. But by the end I want the reader to have observed the character through his reactions and what he does and piece together who he really is. I feel revealing all his true thoughts and feelings would make the story less fun and more predictable. This does sound like a challenge and will require careful skill in laying out the details, but I wouldn't have gotten into writing if it was easy. I'm curious to know other's experience with this perspective as my knowledge is pretty limited. Is this type of perspective considered less entertaining in fiction and that's why I never see it?