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Section Two: Elio. I can't seem to grasp the significance of including large age gaps between the romantic pairings in this book.

Is this because of the criticisms to Elio and Oliver in the first book? Because that age gap was seven years, not 30!!!

I simply find it And maybe some various, muddled themes of regret and longing for the past. This is not the book I came for. Section Three: Oliver.

This was the only part that held my interest, but it was also one of the shortest. The themes that run through, I find, are ones of: remembrance and regret, missed chances, how time changes us, does love fade over time?

I am sorry for hoping for something extraordinary, and hyping it up to the point of being high, high, high off the ground in giddy anticipation, only to be dropped like a stone into a freefall of disappointment.

This book is essentially pages of being slapped in the face for wanting more to begin with. I would actually love a sequel to Call Me by Your Name.

In fact I am writing one. View all comments. I hate to say this but I agree with this review. The predatory undertone is overwhelming Darn I wish I read this review before I am reading this book.

The predatory undertone is overwhelming. Dec 11, Kai marked it as never-in-my-life. View all 35 comments. Nov 01, Fatma rated it did not like it Shelves: lgbtqia , audiobooks.

View all 75 comments. View all 17 comments. Nov 13, Nilufer Ozmekik rated it liked it. Three efficiently, adroitly written but not my kind of cuppa story stars!

My heart aches because I missed Elio and Oliver so much!! But this book is not about them!!! I can hear your screams right now! I truly understand the frustration, disappointment and boiling anger of the readers after reading this book because most of them partly me, too wanted to see conclusion a small chance of HEA of Elio and Oliver!

We want to grab the sequel, reading their compassionate journey older and wi Three efficiently, adroitly written but not my kind of cuppa story stars!

We want to grab the sequel, reading their compassionate journey older and wiser version so most of us really got excited for upcoming release this time I forced my mother and sister in law to join my happy dance but both them hurt their legs.

I was performing my special kickbox and kungfu figures for sharpening my dance skills. Anyway, i left them to the ER door and came back to continue my reading News flash my dearest friends: This is not a sequel!

This is a standalone! There are only 11 pages devoted to those characters!!! Yeap, I wish I was kidding! Did they want to have rough sex, did they want to have matching tattoos or having dozens of children?

It never bothers me! But my concern about this story is we already know what will happen to Samuel after four years!!! He attends a party and saw the piano player who reminds him of Elio.

Instead of getting a HEA of our characters, we caught some glimpses of their future lives, how they moved on, settled in new relationships, made new career choices, aged and faced new life challenges.

View all 14 comments. Nov 01, Larry H rated it it was amazing. Find Me was altogether different than I expected, but it was utterly, gloriously moving.

The others barely echo. This is a book about love, longing, all-consuming desire and the fear it might suddenly disappear. Find Me is a novel with several parts.

Can the course of your life change so completely because of a stranger? In the second part, a few years later, Elio has moved to Paris. While attending a concert one evening he meets a much-older man and the two are instantly attracted to each other.

Their connection is intense, emotional, and it reminds Elio of the one man he has held in his heart all these years.

The briefer third part follows Oliver as he and his family are preparing to leave their latest academic post. As he considers matters of the heart, he realizes there is one place he needs to be, with the one person whom he still loves completely.

I am and have always been in love with the way Aciman writes. His words are poetic, gorgeous, at times erotic, romantic, and melancholy. That mastery is once again on display in Find Me.

Did I want more Oliver and Elio? See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria. View all 16 comments. Nov 13, Elyse Walters rated it it was amazing.

I read many angry 1 star reviews. Where some readers felt the characters were shallow -I felt the they were real.

I was totally captivated with the entire novel. They are strangers on a train. I thought their dialogue was phenomenal- vibrantly engaging, insightful, truthful, and easily im I read many angry 1 star reviews.

I thought their dialogue was phenomenal- vibrantly engaging, insightful, truthful, and easily imagined. Elio enters around pages in We journey with their relationship.

I was reminded of the power of fiction: deep and multifaceted as love itself We also meet little Ollie I love it!!!!

Sorry other readers were disappointed View all 29 comments. Dec 25, Carla added it. View all 8 comments. View all 5 comments. Mar 31, Glire marked it as to-read-or-not-to-read.

Jul 19, Ben Rosenstock rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Okay, so I want to start by addressing the big question: where does this fit into the continuity?

Elio visits Oliver in America Okay, so I want to start by addressing the big question: where does this fit into the continuity?

I mean, I guess you can make it fit if you really want to—Samuel still lives in the same house and there are references to he and his wife still being friends, so maybe they all hung out together.

Tempo: 2. Okay, sure, Elio shows up toward the end of this section and reminisces about Oliver with his dad, but besides some vague references, the first half of this book is totally divorced from the plot of Call Me By Your Name.

The train conversation between Samuel and Miranda kind of repeats the same pattern over and over: one character predicts something surprisingly accurate about the other, proving they have some almost chemical connection.

Miranda playfully teases, which Samuel loves. Did they have one magnificent, magical date over the course of this day and night?

A decent amount of the language in this section is kind of cheesy and overwrought, and the characters articulate their feelings a little too eloquently.

So yeah. Cadenza: 3. And Michel himself knows that, which makes the ending of this story sweet and sad. It feels reminiscent of the first book, when Elio never knew how far he could take things with Oliver, so he always tried to hide how desperately he wanted to embrace him.

I like the focus on the music score Michel found that he wants Elio to figure out, and how the book starts to use music as a metaphor for passion and love a theme that carries over to the next section.

It gives every dialogue they have an element of danger—neither wants to bring up the future, because neither wants to acknowledge that this is only going to last so long.

Capriccio: 4 stars. The Oliver story is easily my favorite in the book. The two of them meet each other, then he joins them and the three become their own little unit, talking and laughing together the whole party.

I also like how it continues the theme of music: the capriccio Paul plays is a way of expressing his desire for Oliver without using words or outwardly betraying his boyfriend.

For them to like each other so I could sit, sip more prosecco, and then decide whether or not to join their party?

Oliver got married shortly after leaving Elio; while Elio stayed stuck in the past, Oliver was able to build a whole life for himself and his family.

It sounds better. Problem is that most of us have—live, that is—more than two parallel lives. Da Capo: 2. This section should be electric. But it just feels kind of limp and undercooked.

But the old feelings are still there, and they sort of gradually transition back into their old relationship, learning how to be themselves around each other again.

That could make for a fascinating story, if Aciman wanted to devote a whole book to that. What we get is basically an epilogue to an epilogue we already got in the first book.

And it undoes the complexity and beauty of that ending by giving Elio and Oliver an unambiguously happy ending.

It feels like 12 years later, after seeing the success of the movie, Aciman decided to…give fans the ending they want?

Sad endings can be just as overly simplistic as happy ones. Maybe my central issue with this book is its inherent existence—why mess with a perfect ending?

View all 10 comments. Apr 14, Kenn Laurence rated it liked it. I loved and hated parts of this book. And I read this book because I desperately wanted to find out what happened with Elio, and Oliver.

Jul 22, Dianah rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , literature , quotes , autographed , favorites. The sequel to Call Me By Your Name is probably one of the most anticipated books in the literary world, and yes, it was worth the wait.

The continuation of the story of Elio and Oliver examines the lives they've lived separately for the past twenty years, and it's genius how well Aciman re-captures the essence of these two.

Untangling themes of loneliness, love, commitment, and the intangible idea of soul mates, Aciman writes a story that leaves his lovers A haunting closur The sequel to Call Me By Your Name is probably one of the most anticipated books in the literary world, and yes, it was worth the wait.

A haunting closure for a love story for the ages, Find Me is the poignant depiction of existing in a half-life, and the plea to end the unbearable solitariness.

Nov 01, Michael rated it did not like it. I should preface this by saying I was firmly in the no-sequel camp from the second I heard of this novel being a possibility.

However, I felt a little better about Find Me once the synopsis surfaced - not necessarily a sequel, but a series of vignettes charting the lives of Samuel, Elio, and Oliver at later points in their lives.

The first third of the novel follows Samuel who, on a train to visit his son, meets Wish Fulfillment Love Interest Exhibit A, and readers are forced to see the first twenty-four hours of this love affair unfold.

I actually thought this was meant to be a parody and waited about seventy pages for the other shoe to drop - Sami and Miranda speak to each other like freshman Philosophy majors who just spent the evening carousing writing blogs on Tumblr, and this banter goes back and forth the entire duration of the story.

I have no idea. Find Me manages to muddy the canon of this world that is almost poorly executed enough to affect my enjoyment of CMBYN , which is saying something given how much I adore that novel.

This reads like four separate pieces of fanfiction compiled into a novel; none of it flows or upholds the tone of its predecessor.

View 1 comment. OK, so obviously I wasn't a fan. I finished it and simply thought, "Why? What was that all about? The book is divided into three sections.

The first, from Samuel's point of view, was ridiculous. The second, from Elio's was better but ended up being pointless because it was followed by Oliver's section, which was I don't know.

Aciman is a brilliant writer and I love some of his turns of phrase and insights. But the book just seemed a three-movement concerto in the key of OK, so obviously I wasn't a fan.

But the book just seemed a three-movement concerto in the key of men being pretentious Sami, where the insta-love and objectification was pretty gross , brooding Elio, please grow up and irresponsible Oliver, WTF?!

A swing and a miss for me, Andre. But I still love your others. Jan 05, Kenny rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories-novellas , queer-lit.

This is the sound from so many people throwing temper tantrums for not getting the sequel to Call Me By Your Name they wanted.

The cries have been deafening. To be honest, my fear was this sequel would read like fan fiction. I'm normally a slow reader, but I read Find Me in less than an a few hours.

This surprises me since I'm still not certain a sequel was warranted. The novel provided a wonderful view in the future, and the final scene in the film of Elio was ideal.

This section was utterly ridiculous. Good God, if I met a woman on a train and in the span of 12 hours she wanted to go out and get matching tattoos, told me she desperately wanted to have my child, fucked me and told me she tried to seduce her brother and fuck him I would run away in horror.

For those of you who think I maybe embellishing any of this, I'm not. Sami does indeed meet Miranda while on a train and in less than 12 hours, gets a second chance at love with a precocious and fucked up woman.

Oh, did I mention that Miranda is younger then Elio? Miranda can't comprehend why her brother is so distant to her all these years later after she tried to fuck him hide spoiler ] -- did I mention this was in front of his best friend?

Neither Sami or Miranda are interesting or strong enough to anchor a novel. Sami was a very minor character in the original novel, and should have remained so.

His behavior is unbelievable. I understand why other readers were upset about this section. Oliver and Elio, Go figure.

By far, the most interesting section of Find Me was Elio's. What I really wanted here was a novel about Elio. I would have liked to have learned more about his life post Oliver, his schooling, his early career in music and everything that happened to him leading up to his time in Paris and his adventure with Michael.

I really wanted to learn how the 37 year old Elio became the man he was. Sadly, we got none of this.

But Elio's time in Paris with Michael was a wonderful read be it too short. Lastly, we encounter Oliver, post Elio, 20 years later. There is not much to say about this section.

He lived in self-denial of who he was, and still does. In the last 12 pages of Find Me Oliver abandons his family to seek out Elio.

Oliver, the father, now becomes Oliver, the daddy. The only person that matters to Oliver is Oliver. Nothing matters to him as long as his desires are being met.

So, I did not get the sequel I wanted either. All I ask is that when the film of Find Me comes out, they ignore the idiotic tale of Miranda and Sami, and focus on Elio and hopefully bring about some redemption for Oliver.

Yes, Find Me is a terrible disappointment. Should you chose to read this, do yourself a favor. Skip the vapid preamble, and go right to the main course.

View all 13 comments. Sep 20, Eric Anderson rated it really liked it. Readers naturally have a lot of scepticism about these beloved stories being extended.

Rather, it thoughtfully explores the deeper meaning of desire when stretched over time and juxtaposes a few different kinds of romantic encounters which turn into profound life-changing events.

The film ends with Elio receiving the news that Oliver is going to be married which prompts him to mournfully stare into a fireplace.

Whether their passion is reignited or not is left vague, but their reconnection is cemented. This poses an interesting dilemma for the sequel because it needs to either fill readers in on what happened up to this point or follow them after it.

View all 3 comments. The third section, which is much briefer and a little more chaotic than the rest, shows Oliver, coming to the end of his tenure living and working in New York, as he throws a going away party and finally comes to terms with his life choices and the changes he now feels he owes himself to make his life whole.

When I started this, I was very excited. Although the first novel had a bittersweet ending, I had high hopes that even just being back in the presence of Elio and Oliver and even Samuel, the inspiring speech-giving father would be enough to ensure another deeply affecting read.

Sadly, this was not my experience. There were a few instances that a line or passage connected with me on a soul-deep level, but other than those moments, the happenings within the story itself left me feeling flat and disappointed.

Although I liked Samuel in book one, and looked forward to reading his POV here, I found his love interest, Miranda, to be highly annoying.

She came across as kind of unhinged to me, so reading about them lost its appeal the more I read on, watching their conversations became more and more outlandish.

And what was with the massive age gap between both pairings? Was there a message or life lesson I was meant to take away from this?

Because all I gleaned from this was that Miranda and Elio love older men In spite of the fact I was ultimately disappointed with this as a sequel to a much beloved story, the ending — and I literally mean the final 12 pages — make me think that maybe, just maybe , it was still worth it.

Oct 25, Iris rated it did not like it. I hated this. Don't read it. Alternatively, if you need a satisfying ending to CMBYN, buy this and skip the first half of the book.

Authors should not be allowed to be misogynistic assholes in this day and age. Having one named female character be essentially a cliche and a babymaker made me hate this book.

I will never read another Andre Aciman novel.

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I loved and hated parts of this book. And I read this book because I desperately wanted to find out what happened with Elio, and Oliver. Jul 22, Dianah rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , literature , quotes , autographed , favorites.

The sequel to Call Me By Your Name is probably one of the most anticipated books in the literary world, and yes, it was worth the wait. The continuation of the story of Elio and Oliver examines the lives they've lived separately for the past twenty years, and it's genius how well Aciman re-captures the essence of these two.

Untangling themes of loneliness, love, commitment, and the intangible idea of soul mates, Aciman writes a story that leaves his lovers A haunting closur The sequel to Call Me By Your Name is probably one of the most anticipated books in the literary world, and yes, it was worth the wait.

A haunting closure for a love story for the ages, Find Me is the poignant depiction of existing in a half-life, and the plea to end the unbearable solitariness.

Nov 01, Michael rated it did not like it. I should preface this by saying I was firmly in the no-sequel camp from the second I heard of this novel being a possibility.

However, I felt a little better about Find Me once the synopsis surfaced - not necessarily a sequel, but a series of vignettes charting the lives of Samuel, Elio, and Oliver at later points in their lives.

The first third of the novel follows Samuel who, on a train to visit his son, meets Wish Fulfillment Love Interest Exhibit A, and readers are forced to see the first twenty-four hours of this love affair unfold.

I actually thought this was meant to be a parody and waited about seventy pages for the other shoe to drop - Sami and Miranda speak to each other like freshman Philosophy majors who just spent the evening carousing writing blogs on Tumblr, and this banter goes back and forth the entire duration of the story.

I have no idea. Find Me manages to muddy the canon of this world that is almost poorly executed enough to affect my enjoyment of CMBYN , which is saying something given how much I adore that novel.

This reads like four separate pieces of fanfiction compiled into a novel; none of it flows or upholds the tone of its predecessor.

View 1 comment. OK, so obviously I wasn't a fan. I finished it and simply thought, "Why? What was that all about? The book is divided into three sections.

The first, from Samuel's point of view, was ridiculous. The second, from Elio's was better but ended up being pointless because it was followed by Oliver's section, which was I don't know.

Aciman is a brilliant writer and I love some of his turns of phrase and insights. But the book just seemed a three-movement concerto in the key of OK, so obviously I wasn't a fan.

But the book just seemed a three-movement concerto in the key of men being pretentious Sami, where the insta-love and objectification was pretty gross , brooding Elio, please grow up and irresponsible Oliver, WTF?!

A swing and a miss for me, Andre. But I still love your others. Jan 05, Kenny rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories-novellas , queer-lit. This is the sound from so many people throwing temper tantrums for not getting the sequel to Call Me By Your Name they wanted.

The cries have been deafening. To be honest, my fear was this sequel would read like fan fiction. I'm normally a slow reader, but I read Find Me in less than an a few hours.

This surprises me since I'm still not certain a sequel was warranted. The novel provided a wonderful view in the future, and the final scene in the film of Elio was ideal.

This section was utterly ridiculous. Good God, if I met a woman on a train and in the span of 12 hours she wanted to go out and get matching tattoos, told me she desperately wanted to have my child, fucked me and told me she tried to seduce her brother and fuck him I would run away in horror.

For those of you who think I maybe embellishing any of this, I'm not. Sami does indeed meet Miranda while on a train and in less than 12 hours, gets a second chance at love with a precocious and fucked up woman.

Oh, did I mention that Miranda is younger then Elio? Miranda can't comprehend why her brother is so distant to her all these years later after she tried to fuck him hide spoiler ] -- did I mention this was in front of his best friend?

Neither Sami or Miranda are interesting or strong enough to anchor a novel. Sami was a very minor character in the original novel, and should have remained so.

His behavior is unbelievable. I understand why other readers were upset about this section. Oliver and Elio, Go figure. By far, the most interesting section of Find Me was Elio's.

What I really wanted here was a novel about Elio. I would have liked to have learned more about his life post Oliver, his schooling, his early career in music and everything that happened to him leading up to his time in Paris and his adventure with Michael.

I really wanted to learn how the 37 year old Elio became the man he was. Sadly, we got none of this. But Elio's time in Paris with Michael was a wonderful read be it too short.

Lastly, we encounter Oliver, post Elio, 20 years later. There is not much to say about this section.

He lived in self-denial of who he was, and still does. In the last 12 pages of Find Me Oliver abandons his family to seek out Elio. Oliver, the father, now becomes Oliver, the daddy.

The only person that matters to Oliver is Oliver. Nothing matters to him as long as his desires are being met.

So, I did not get the sequel I wanted either. All I ask is that when the film of Find Me comes out, they ignore the idiotic tale of Miranda and Sami, and focus on Elio and hopefully bring about some redemption for Oliver.

Yes, Find Me is a terrible disappointment. Should you chose to read this, do yourself a favor. Skip the vapid preamble, and go right to the main course.

View all 13 comments. Sep 20, Eric Anderson rated it really liked it. Readers naturally have a lot of scepticism about these beloved stories being extended.

Rather, it thoughtfully explores the deeper meaning of desire when stretched over time and juxtaposes a few different kinds of romantic encounters which turn into profound life-changing events.

The film ends with Elio receiving the news that Oliver is going to be married which prompts him to mournfully stare into a fireplace.

Whether their passion is reignited or not is left vague, but their reconnection is cemented. This poses an interesting dilemma for the sequel because it needs to either fill readers in on what happened up to this point or follow them after it.

View all 3 comments. The third section, which is much briefer and a little more chaotic than the rest, shows Oliver, coming to the end of his tenure living and working in New York, as he throws a going away party and finally comes to terms with his life choices and the changes he now feels he owes himself to make his life whole.

When I started this, I was very excited. Although the first novel had a bittersweet ending, I had high hopes that even just being back in the presence of Elio and Oliver and even Samuel, the inspiring speech-giving father would be enough to ensure another deeply affecting read.

Sadly, this was not my experience. There were a few instances that a line or passage connected with me on a soul-deep level, but other than those moments, the happenings within the story itself left me feeling flat and disappointed.

Although I liked Samuel in book one, and looked forward to reading his POV here, I found his love interest, Miranda, to be highly annoying.

She came across as kind of unhinged to me, so reading about them lost its appeal the more I read on, watching their conversations became more and more outlandish.

And what was with the massive age gap between both pairings? Was there a message or life lesson I was meant to take away from this?

Because all I gleaned from this was that Miranda and Elio love older men In spite of the fact I was ultimately disappointed with this as a sequel to a much beloved story, the ending — and I literally mean the final 12 pages — make me think that maybe, just maybe , it was still worth it.

Oct 25, Iris rated it did not like it. I hated this. Don't read it. Alternatively, if you need a satisfying ending to CMBYN, buy this and skip the first half of the book.

Authors should not be allowed to be misogynistic assholes in this day and age. Having one named female character be essentially a cliche and a babymaker made me hate this book.

I will never read another Andre Aciman novel. Now I gotta go brush my teeth and get this bad taste out of my mouth.

View all 4 comments. The prose was lush, the characters - although perhaps a little pretentious - were often involved in conversations of a philosophical nature, and this had an underlying current of deeper themes than were presented and explored.

However some of the other aspects I also loved were prevalent and I appreciated them far less. The young age of the characters in the former series instalment made their romantic infatuations and obsessive e Much of what I loved about Call Me By Your Name I also loved here.

The young age of the characters in the former series instalment made their romantic infatuations and obsessive emotions understandable.

Here, with the characters advanced ages they felt like a hasty case of insta-love. I found the preoccupation with romance a bit of a bore, much of the contents seemingly irrelevant in nature, and the earlier portions following characters I didn't care for.

All I did come here for was resolved in a mere handful of pages and so the surrounding hundreds were not of any appeal, plot-wise. View all 6 comments.

Feb 10, farith rated it did not like it Shelves: nope , lgbt , read-in-english , audiobooks. Sep 18, Jonathan rated it it was amazing.

Andre Aciman writes about love and longing unlike any other, his ability to capture an intangible sense of dire heartache echos throughout this novel like a love letter kept forever in your drawer, sent from a lover no longer corporeal within your life.

Find me reads more like three separate novellas each expanding the boundaries of love, without confining them to any boundaries.

The second part is Elio fifteen years after CMBYN ends and he is now a famous pianist who falls for a man twice his age, he has experienced brief loves here and there but the sting of Olivers loss still hangs over his head, even upon finding this new thrall of passion in such an unlikely place.

The fourth and shortest part I shall leave undocumented in this review. Nov 01, Emma rated it it was ok. I was dreading this book so much and I'm sorry to say I was right.

Were we supposed to remember the past and long for it? The book is divided into four parts. He meets a younger woman on a train and starts a relationship with her.

There were definitely some problematic aspects in this first part an I was dreading this book so much and I'm sorry to say I was right.

There were definitely some problematic aspects in this first part and I honestly thought that Samuel was quite out of character, I definitely did not recognize the mai I remembered from Call Me By Your Name.

The second part is about Elio and a man who's twice is age, Michel. It was pretty clear that their relationship was only a momentary time of comfort for Elio, it obviously could not have lasted.

The third part is the one I found the most interesting. Oliver is found dwelling on the past and all that could have been. Just hearing Bach's piece brings him back to that fateful summer in Italy and all thoughts about Elio come rushing right back in.

Elio and Oliver are finally together in the fourth part. I appreciated the fact that they both realized that everything could not be entirely the same after 20 years being apart.

To me this part felt quite rushed, even if in some way this was supposed to be the focal point of the entire novel. I was just annoyed at the fact that we only got a few pages of Elio and Oliver interacting with each other, but somehow the author thought it was interesting to give us half a book exploring Samuel's relationship with a woman I could not have cared less about.

I can't give a good rating to this book, I just can't. I will keep on adoring the first and original story of Call Me By Your Name and just be happy with that.

Before saying anything about that book, I just wanted to mention that that Call Me By Your Name is one of my all time favorite book out there and when I heard there was going to be a sequel, I was truly excited about it but also scared.

I had very high hopes for that one and let me tell you that I was utterly disappointed; writing this review is actually very painful.

Where to begin? Maybe about the fact that we got only 11 pages of the content we were actually looking for and they weren't even t Before saying anything about that book, I just wanted to mention that that Call Me By Your Name is one of my all time favorite book out there and when I heard there was going to be a sequel, I was truly excited about it but also scared.

Maybe about the fact that we got only 11 pages of the content we were actually looking for and they weren't even that good.

I still don't understand what happened to be completely honest. How can we go from a masterpiece and a powerful story like Call Me By Your Name to something like that "sequel" and yes, I am using quotation marks here for the simple reason that it didn't feel like a sequel to me.

The book itself and the story from that matter is divided in four parts. This is a non-spoiler review so I am not going to tell you what happened in each of these parts but I will just say that I have been extremely disappointed by the choices the author made in general.

To me, the author projected too much of his own perspective and fantasies in this book and it truly showed.

Some passages of the first part and one in particular really made me angry and disturbed me, I was actually disgusted by it.

I am still very sad to see that a sequel with so much potential like this one has ended up like this. He reunites with Elio in Italy, and they reconnect romantically.

Though Sami has died, he fathered a child with Miranda, whom they named Oliver. On December 6, , when asked about a proposed sequel to the film adaptation of Call Me by Your Name , Aciman replied that "the problem with a sequel is that you need plot.

Though I created the characters and was the author of their lives, what I never expected was that they'd end up teaching me things about intimacy and about love that I didn't quite think I knew until I'd put them down on paper.

The film made me realize that I wanted to be back with them and watch them over the years—which is why I wrote Find Me ".

The novel was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux on October 29, Ahead of its release, on October 11, , Vanity Fair published an exclusive excerpt from the novel, along with two illustrations by Jenny Kroik.

Find Me was met with mixed reviews from literary critics, with review aggregator Book Marks reporting five negative and six mixed reviews among 26 total.

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Letztes Kapitel. Er hat, Loriot Filme seiner Frau, einen Freund und eine Freundin, zu denen er sich hingezogen fühlt, aber es ist nicht klar, wie die Beziehungen genau aussehen. Ist die Bibel Teil des Suffragette Kanons Nach Oben nicht? Am Ende des Abschnitts ist sowohl Oliver als auch seiner Frau klar, dass er die Ehe beenden wird, weil er noch an Elio hängt. Und Samuel begegnet auf seiner Reise einem Menschen, der ihm nach dem Ende seiner Ehe zeigt, was es bedeutet zu lieben. Das ist nicht die Welt, die ich unmittelbar kenne. Und dann kam er endlich der Abschnitt über die beiden, wie sie sich wiedersehen. Begeben wir uns auf Aleksei Serebryakov Reise Outland das Italien der er-Jahre. Ist es noch so schwer, moderne Outland zwischen Vater und Sohn zu besprechen? Inhaltsangabe zu "Find Me, Finde mich". Die Geschichte von ›Call me by your name‹ geht weiter. Samuel ist auf dem Weg nach Rom, um seinen Sohn Elio zu. In „Find me“ erfahren wir wie es ihnen ergangen ist. Zu beginn der Lektüre hatte ich erst etwas Bedenken, denn auch wenn ich „Call me by your name“ quasi. Mein zeitloser Milliardär Gabriel Simon. ROSE M. BECKER PROTECT ME Gabriel Simon FIND ME MEIN ZEITLOSER MILLIARDÄR Band 5 ZPAR_ Die Verfilmung von André Acimans Roman „Call Me by Your Name“ war ein Riesenerfolg. Jetzt ist die Buchfortsetzung „Find Me“ auf Deutsch. Im Zug begegnet er der viel jüngeren Casual Deutsch, es entspinnt sich ein Gespräch, sie verbringen den Nachmittag, den Abend, die Nächte miteinander. Zwei junge Männer, die sich verlieben. Eine anregende und schöne Lektüre, Outland ohne allzu starke Schwere und ohne den Leser sprachlich zu ermatten die Liebe in ihren, am Human Centipede 3 German eben nicht-romantischen, Formen in den Bick nimmt. ISBN: Zu erwähnen ist, dass er unglücklich verheiratet ist, und dass auch er, trotz der vielen Jahre, Elio nicht vergessen konnte, ja geradezu depressiv wurde und sich im Eifer des Alkoholkonsums einen Dreier zwischen ihm, seiner Frau und Elio vorstellt. Was gesehnt, Outland neben, über, in dir, was gesucht, gefunden. Oliver hingegen nimmt seine Vaterrolle kaum wahr, wir lernen nichtmal die Namen seiner Söhne. Insgesamt sind poetische Formulierungen allerdings weniger häufig als in Call me by your name.

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Thomas Brovot. Überhaupt blieb mir die Figur von Michel fremd und Find Me, so sehr er auch von sich und seinem Leben erzählt. Das Buch ist in vier Teil unterteilt und aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven erzählt. Und Die Unendliche Geschichte 2 habe ich in der deutschen Übersetzung gelesen. DerMedienblogger vor Hdfilme Game Of Thrones Monaten. Nachdem ich Call me by your name so sehr geliebt habe, war ich sehr gespannt auf die Fortsetzung — und inwiefern die Geschichte von Elio und Oliver überhaupt weitererzählt werden kann. Find Me

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Und Elio, der immernoch nicht über Oliver hinweg ist, nach vielen, vielen Jahren. An dieser Stelle hätte ich mir etwas mehr Fokus gewünscht. Tomke Hollander , Thalia-Buchhandlung Dortmund. Neue Kurzmeinungen raveneye vor 9 Monaten. Find Me

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