David is a young man living a double life to save his own. David is adventurous, courageous and forgiving. He questions everything he's told and ignores what is supposed to b law.
David is adventurous. We know this because, as a child, he often snuck away to the bank and to other places with Sophie. David is also adventurous of mind because he dreams of another world and wants to explore the world as well. Though David is very adventurous in his childhood, this trait's visible existence fades as David grows older.
He is also courageousbecause he fought Alan when he found out about Sophie's toes. He also showed courage when he stayed behind, all night, at the Wender's house so they could get away. He also displays courage when Rosalind, Petra and him are being chased by their own people and does not panic.
Lastly, David is forgiving. He displays this trait through his easy acceptance of his own deviation and that of Sophie and Petra. We also know he is forgiving because even though his father wanted his head on a platter he was still sad to see him die.
David is an extraordinary young man and while adventurous, he makes up for the trouble with his courage and forgiving nature.