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A wildly popular newsletter turned book, with essays from names such as Alain de Botton, Esther Perel and Roxane Gay, this will challenge, complicate and ultimately expand your understanding of love, says Alice Kemp-HabibOne such sentence was Lunnā€™s revelation, in the bookā€™s final pages, that ā€œlove and loss were not separate, consecutive stages, but two sides of the same coin. Grief did not follow or replace love ā€“ each thing existed inside the other. And loss was not a faraway thing, but part of every loving, fading momentā€.