Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
  • Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
  • Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
  • Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
  • Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
  • Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)
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Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback) Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback) Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback) Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)

Conversations on Love: with Philippa Perry, Dolly Alderton, Roxane Gay, Stephen Grosz, Esther Perel, and many more (Hardback)

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Journalist Natasha Lunn marshals a stellar array of literary talent, from Candice Carty-Williams to Alain de Botton, to discuss a wide range of themes intimately connected to love.

After years of feeling that love was always out of reach, journalist Natasha Lunn set out to understand how relationships work and evolve over a lifetime. She turned to authors and experts to learn about their experiences, as well as drawing on her own, asking: How do we find love? How do we sustain it? And how do we survive when we lose it?

In Conversations on Love she began to find the answers:

Philippa Perry on falling in love slowly
Dolly Alderton on vulnerability
Stephen Grosz on accepting change
Candice Carty-Williams on friendship
Lisa Taddeo on the loneliness of loss
Diana Evans on parenthood
Emily Nagoski on the science of sex
Alain de Botton on the psychology of being alone
Esther Perel on unrealistic expectations
Roxane Gay on redefining romance
and many more...

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241448731
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 427 g
Dimensions: 222 x 144 x 31 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'Conversations on Love shows that love comes in myriad forms and that like our hearts and minds, it can be explored infinitely' - Pandora Sykes

'Conversations on Love is a glorious celebration of human vulnerability and connection. It has made me laugh, shed tears, think deeply. I want every person I love to read this book' - Dr Kathryn Mannix

'Enthralling, profound... The power of this book lies in its willingness to engage with love in the broadest sense: not merely the romantic kind, to which so many other books on relationships confine themselves. I can't imagine anyone who wouldn't benefit from reading this transformative book' - The Bookseller

'Sometimes you read a book that just makes you want to take the author's hands, look them in the eye and say thank you. This is that book. I needed to read it, you need to read it, everyone needs to read it' - Stacey Halls, bestselling author of The Familiars

'Warm and wide-ranging and wise, a wonderful companion and guide' - Cressida Connolly, author of After the Party

'One reading of this book is not enough. Conversations on Love is inspiring, insightful, comforting and hopeful in equal measure. Every page makes you think about why we feel the way we do and gently nudges you towards self compassion.' - Rosie Green, author of How to Heal a Broken Heart

'I've never felt such growth after reading a book - I felt seen, challenged, understood, provoked and soothed. It's such a touching reminder about the love that really is all around us, and the importance of tending to it. Conversations in Love is a study that I'll come back to again and again.' - Laura Jane Williams, author of The Love Square and Our Stop

'Natasha Lunn is the most thoughtful interviewer I have ever encountered, with a heart as big as her brain, and these conversations are endlessly inspiring, restorative, surprising and delicious. Love is too often taken for granted: here it shines under rigorous analysis to create a manifesto of how and why we feel, and a must-read for anyone who has a heart!' - Emma Jane Unsworth, author of Animals

'Breathtaking in its scope and breadth, Natasha Lunn combines the boundless curiosity of a researcher, the passion of a formidable writer, and the erudition of a deeply reflective thinker. She's daring and kind, and a joy to read. Conversations on Love offers us vital guidance for navigating all relationships' - Charlotte Fox Weber, founder of The School of Life Psychotherapy

'This is a book that people need to read about love in its many complex, challenging, sacred and profane forms' - Jean Hannah Edelstein, author of This Really Isn't About You

'This beautiful book is essential reading. I wish I could send this book back in time and read it to every past version of myself, to teach her all the hopeful and expansive possibilities of love. I know my future self will rely on it every day. Lunn's thoughtful interviews with brilliant subjects illuminate new ways of thinking about friendship, romance, attachment and loss. Beautifully written and so acutely observed, this book is a gift' - Lucia Osborne-Crawley, author of I Choose Elena & My Body Keeps Your Secrets

'This book is moving and lyrical, but more than anything it captures how love colours and transforms loss, and makes the reader feel that the memory of love is sustains in itself' - Baroness Julia Neuberger

'Rarely has a non-fiction book made me feel so seen, but also given me so much hope about love. Conversations on Love is an incredible book - not only is it so beautifully written but the full gamut of love is represented from families to romance to parenthood to friendship' - Poorna Bell, author of Stronger

'A sure-fire contender for multiple buys and gifting to pals . . . It will honestly change how you think about love, in romantic relationships or otherwise, and has the power to overhaul your life in all manner of positive ways' - Living Etc

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“This would make the ideal present for anyone struggling with heartache or loneliness.”

Natasha Lunn's 'Conversations on Love' explores the many forms love takes, and the false beliefs we have about it that can lead to intense unhappiness. By interviewing numerous writers, philosophers and... More

Hardback edition
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“A celebration of love”

Full disclosure: I’m not a romantic person. So am not entirely sure why I thought I would enjoy this book; but when I saw the list of contributors including some of my favourite authors, Dolly Alderton and Lisa... More

Hardback edition
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“A very enjoyable collection”

I really enjoyed this collection - it reads more like a long-form essay or newsletter than a book at times and I did find the frequent recaps on what we’d already learned to steer the tone a bit more towards self-help... More

Hardback edition
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