Ok, this one has turned out unexpected in several ways:
1. On page 2, I realised that I had bought this book twice...in two different editions. The other edition I have is the original German version. I'm reading both in parallel, which is rather fun.
2. This is a much faster read than I had expected from a book about theology. But then Uta Ranke-Heinemann is a good communicator and her writing is clear and structured.
3. This book has made me laugh out loud quite a lot. I'm not sure why I was surprised at that because I've followed her interviews for ... a long time.
4. I thought there may be sections which I am not going to be interested in, but so far I have not been tempted to skim or skip anything.
5. I think I will be a little bit sad when I finish this book. Luckily, I have another one of hers on a shelf somewhere... ;D