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Love Misadventure by Lang Leav is a book of poetry that deals with the universal and widely-identifiable themes of love, heartbreak, sorrow, and above all, the beauty of hope that pervades through all of these. The book takes the reader through a love affair that culminates in heartache, documenting all the phases that one goes through: the initial period of excitement and butterflies, the heady feeling of being in love that follows, and, if one is unlucky in love, the devastating fall that occurs in the end. However, the author is of the opinion that all is not lost, for in the end, there is always hope that can get a person through this difficult phase of life. It is a subject that is highly personal, yet universal at the same time. Lang Leav talks about all these complicated emotions in a manner that is simple, yet captures their very essence. Her simplicity of language cuts straight to the heart of these grave issues, and it is a feature that has succeeded in drawing a sizeable amount of readers to her work. The book contains some of her most famous poems such as Solo Show, Mornings With You, His Cause and Effect, and A Dangerous Recipe. Love Misadventure was published by Andrews McMeel Publishing in the year 2013, and is available in paperback. About The AuthorLang Leav is an artist, illustrator, designer, and writer. Her work has been exhibited across high-profile exhibitions in Australia, the U. S. , and other countries, earning her a wide fan following. Leav’s hand-crafted book, Charlie's Widow, was presented to director Tim Burton at the opening of his Wonderland exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. She has received The Qantas Spirit of Youth Award and was granted a prestigious Churchill Fellowship.