CATEGORIZING “Concerning Georgia Stekker”

October 13, 2014

The cautionary tale, “Concerning Georgia Stekker,” is garnering wonderful reviews. Some readers are saying the novel is “Women’s Fiction.” Others, “Psychological Fiction,” still others, as “Thriller”. Warning: if read only for single aspects, the novel is hard to categorize, but when all of those aspects are combined, the novel coalesces as “Fiction.”

The following fine review from the Goodreads Giveaway steered clear of categories. It was the very first I received:

J. Ewbank’s review
Oct 04, 14

bookshelves: a-good-read, novel
Read in October, 2014

Wow! Marshall can write! This book is a page turner, a plot so unusual, characters that are really different and one you cannot, just cannot put down. Though the main character is very flawed you cannot help but be on her side as she moves through problems to destiny. If you like books that are compelling, enjoyable, a little on the dark side you will certainly like this book.

J. Robert Ewbank author “John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms” “Wesley’s Wars” and “To Whom It May Concern”