So, now that we're on the more open-ended categories (story you think more people should read, wish had more parts, doesn't fit in other categories, couldn't stop thinking about, etc.), I'd be curious to know about how people are interpreting them and making their choices for those categories, because I bet it's going to be different for each of us. For example: What's your definition of an underrated/underreviewed story (i.e., one deserving to be read by more people)? Are you going on number of posted reviews (or reviews per chapter in case of multichapter stories)? Something else? What, to you, makes a story hard to categorize? Is it to do with form, genre, writing style, subject, any combination of those? What, to you, makes a story stick in your head? What is your definition of a "story you can't stop thinking about"? I'll leave it to the mods to rule on whether it's OK to discuss specific story choices (either ones that already have been posted or one being considered) in connection with this topic, but yes, please do discuss.