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Find Me

by Andre Aciman

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Find Me by Andre Aciman
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    Oct 2019, 272 pages

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André Aciman provides snapshots from the stories of Elio, Oliver and Samuel ten years after the events of Call Me by Your Name in this sequel with broad appeal as a standalone.

In Call Me by Your Name, first published in 2007, André Aciman introduced Elio, an adolescent boy living with his family in the Italian Riviera, and Oliver, the charming graduate student houseguest with whom he falls in love. The book charts their passionate affair and concludes with a bittersweet crescendo; a tricky ending to expand into a sequel without sacrificing the perfect balance of realism and romanticism that caused Call Me by Your Name to resonate with so many readers. Find Me not only rises to that challenge but exceeds it. While a prior attachment to these characters is arguably necessary to get the full emotional payoff of the sequel, it could otherwise be read as a standalone; knowledge of the first book's plot is not essential.

Find Me reads like a frenzied fairytale; it's every bit as indulgent and beguiling as its predecessor, though it asks more ...

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