This is the kind of book that shall make you smile. This is also the kind of book that shall make you cry.
Between the raw appeal of unexplored spots and the sensory turmoil of gasping breath, the unbearable tease of nubile skin and the obscure redundancy of sartorial shame, 'Call Me By Your Name' is devastatingly beautiful in depicting first love.
In Aciman’s languorously seductive, deeply measured and wholly hopeful prose, Elio and Oliver discover more than the heady magic of corporeal beauty; they discover a chest full of memories to last a lifetime. And they learn to embrace love the way it should be embraced – without conditions.
This is the kind of book that shall stay with you for years and you would want to pass it on to your children, and their children.