Tag: Sue Lange

Excerpt: Chapters 1 & 2 of ‘Tritcheon Hash’

// Sue Lange


// Excerpt from Tritcheon Hash


// “Disengage please, Sylvant Hash.”

“Disengaged,” Slvt. Tritcheon Hash answered. “And fucked!” she added.

“I’m sorry?” The reply through the voice feeder was pretending it had missed that last thing.

“Nothing,” Tritch said, switching off the vox. “Nothing. Nothing.”

Blame her impatience on the fact that she’d been sitting in a one-size-fits-all seat for the past six hours. She had spent most of that time trying to revive parts of her body that had fallen asleep. It was an impossible task, since the hemp straps held her securely in place just like the procedural manuals liked it. S

Tritcheon Hash

Sue Lange


Paperback.

Sue Lange’s novel is a mercy-free satire of pretty much everything to do with the relationships between women and men. No one escapes unscathed… this witty and often hard-hitting story is set in a weird dystopic future which also manages to seem oddly familiar…

In the year 3011, humanity has gone through a collective divorce, with the male and female halves taking to different planets to live.

“This is inventive feminist sci-fi that goes for laughs, not lectures, while still supplying the jolt and provocation good speculative work requires. Perhaps the most illuminating of its many running jokes — and I do mean running; our heroine here is a natural-born speed demon — are the many nightmare exaggerations of how males can seem to the so-called fairer sex. Those chuckles, too, are all the richer because they’re placed in the context of an potential intergalatic rapprochement. The question zooms across the stars: Can this marriage be saved?”