The story has its rather erotic moments but overall it's sweet, cute, and very emotional.
It's a book that anyone can relate to if they have experienced the painful beauty of living and losing someone they hold so dear.
The two main characters here are wonderfully nuanced and authentic, interesting and lovable.
The protagonist, Elio was clearly tortured in this seemingly endless series of self debates over virtually every action in his life, from saying good morning to his love affair... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jim
An invigorating read by an author new to me. Challenging themes, characters, and sexually charged.
I will read more and more by Aciman.
Heartrending! The book is beautifully written and conveys complex emotions. I didn't want the book to end!Published 20 days ago by Denz M
I have read "CallMe By Your Name" at least three times and will read it again. It is beautifully written and I find myself in tears each time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles O. Graham
Can't explain how much I love this book. I already read it in Kindle and just got the paperback. Totally worth it.Published 1 month ago by brokenbolt
one of the best books I have ever written... how this man knew this experience so well, I'll never know.Published 2 months ago by Bookreader
The story was okay.
But there was very little information or detail about the people and location where it took place.
Call me by Your Name by André Aciman
This is a coming of age novel, a love story between Elio, a 17 y/o Italian Jew and Oliver, a 24 y/o college professor from... Read more