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Now a major motion picture from director Luca Guadagnino, starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, and produced by the Academy Award-winning producer of A Room with a View

Celebrate André Aciman's sensational novel with a dynamic new audiobook read by Armie Hammer

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year

A Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year

A Washington Post Best Fiction Book of the Year

A New York magazine "Future Canon" Selection

A Chicago Tribune Favorite Book of the Year

One of The Seattle Times' Michael Upchurch's Favorite Books of the Year

Call Me by Your Name first swept across the world in 2007. It is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents' cliffside mansion on the Italian Riviera. During the restless summer weeks, unrelenting but buried currents of obsession, fascination, and desire intensify their passion as they test the charged ground between them and verge toward the one thing both already fear they may never truly find again: total intimacy. André Aciman's critically acclaimed debut novel is a frank, unsentimental, heartrending elegy to human passion.

©2017 André Aciman (P)2017 Macmillan Audio

Ce que les critiques disent

"...Hammer's voice is brimming with such melody that, if you listen to it long enough, you can probably get drunk off it." (Vulture.com)

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  • Carl Lindemann
  • 2017-12-11

Listened it in one day

I couldn’t stop the story it so about friendship and love. It was so well read by Armie Hammer.

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  • Charles F. Olds
  • 2017-11-17

Absolutely supurb!

Captures so many themes in a poetic prose. As someone who has spent much time in Italy I appreciated the great understanding the author brings to the culture.

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  • devin francey
  • 2017-10-10

I was not engaged.

Full disclosure, I've only made it an hour in. Maybe there are fragments of plot somewhere in the next 6 hours but I'm not compelled to find out with our POV character.
This is some teenager who wants to get banged by a summer house guest. The driving force is will he or won't he get banged. This is a reason to read erotic literature- but I feel like the author is trying to be something more and I find that irksome.
I wasn't looking to read erotica (though I'm not against the genre) I was looking for an engaging character piece. You don't make those without establishing strong identities of your characters- so we can see the character bend and break to things happening to them. I get the protagonist has issues embracing his sexuality, but we don't get the context. What is it about this academic Jewish family that stifles his sexuality. The protagonist's thoughts of getting laid occupy that space where we might understand and sympathize with him.
Perhaps I'm just impatient and there is a great story just around the bend- but I'll never get there.
I just finished reading Dante and Aristotle discover the secrets of the universe and was hungry for more. I'll have to keep looking.

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  • Keith W. Brown
  • Denton, TX United States
  • 2017-10-07

Crying in public

That’s what the ending of this book had me doing. Crying in the middle of a restaurant, and immediately on the last words as read by Armie Hammer, rewinding to hear the last few minutes all over again. Then I wrote a love poem to my husband. Great book! Great performance.

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  • dnd
  • 2017-10-10

Profound sensuality~

An absolutely beautiful, daring and complex novel! Aciman's economy of style is at once direct and poetic. He handles a controversial subject with such sensitivity, frankness and unabashed romanticism that swoons at every turn. Armie Hammer's rich baritone, and elegant reading is superb. I will return to this again and again.

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  • L. K.
  • 2017-10-25

Beautiful story

I’m not sure how I feel about this book. On one hand, I was totally mesmerized and deeply engrossed in it. On the other hand, I was a little bored, frustrated and confused. I guess that just makes it more like a real obsessive relationship. Elio is not in love with Oliver, he is obsessed and obsessive. Most of the story is Elio’s stream of consciousness, there is surprisingly little dialogue between the characters. Elio thinks one thing and then changes course and thinks the opposite. I found it frustrating to only have the story come from his extremely narrow voice. The timeline of the story didn’t make sense- they ignore each other for 2 weeks (according to Elio) and spend many, many days not talking but yet they have time in Oliver’s 6 weeks there to form this bond? This book is not an ode to first love, it’s an ode to crazy obsessions. There were a few passages that were pretty graphic and really cemented the idea that this love wasn’t the healthiest.
But can we all talk about how incredible, absolutely beautifully Armie Hammer read this?? His voice is so rhythmic, melodic, hypnotizing. I could feel Elio’s bitterness, surprise, feigned nonchalance, deep spiraling into Oliver. Armie couldn’t have done anything else to make it a better performance.
I’m definitely seeing this movie!

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  • Chad
  • 2017-10-06

Equal parts beautiful and heartbreaking

This story is both beautiful and heartbreaking. “Call Me By Your Name” is one of the most incredible novels to have ever written. This love story about Elio and Oliver will touch your heart and then break it into a million pieces. This is one of those novels and stories that will stay with you for the rest of your life. “Call Me By Your Name” is not only a brilliant masterpiece of LGBT literature, but it is also one of the greatest romance and coming of age stories to ever be written.

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  • Javier
  • Dayton, Ohio
  • 2017-11-11

Masterful!

André Aciman has written a masterpiece in Call Me By Your Name. The ease of voice and the effortless flow of words through Elio’s point of view is exquisite. The exploration and journey of finding yourself and of sexual awakening, together with a sort of lust, makes this story even more relatable as we’ve all had unattainable crushes we wish would become something more. Now onto Armie Hammer’s magnificent performance. He nails the narration in CMBY and really encamptures the listener’s attention all throughout the story. Armie has a sort of non-chalantness to his voice that almost feels like he was born to read this story. All in all, with the masterful writing of Aciman and the beautiful narration by Hammer, this book deserves all of the praise and more.

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  • Luke D.
  • 2017-10-05

Iconic

A story I honestly will never forget. A must read AND listen to. Couldn't have been better.

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  • Nico L.
  • 2017-10-07

Amazing.

I am blown away by this book and the performance. Everything was absolutely gorgeous. I am now an emotional wreck. I will never recover from this. I am amazed

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  • Kandace
  • 2017-10-05

Wonderfully read love story

Not going to lie - came here for 7+ hours of Armie Hammer's voice in my ear.

It was worth every penny. This is a beautiful story, intricately written and wonderfully read in Hammer's almost overbearingly full, mellifluous voice.

There were moments when the story fell flat for me, which the performance compensated for. The story was also somewhat difficult to follow at points - particularly during the stream of consciousness digressions. I think the hypnotic quality to Hammer's voice also contributed to that. It was easy to lose your sense of place, space, time.

Beautiful listen. Lovely story.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2017-10-03

5/5 *****

love it ! very beautiful book and Good performance by armie hammer. can't wait for the cmbyn film :)

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  • adrian juarez
  • 2017-10-03

I'm sure the future film brought you here

Great great story. Just a fun tid bit. The story is told from the first person preservative of Elio. And with most of us probably even knowing of this book/audiobook 'cause of the film. It can take a bit to get that the reader Armie Hammer is reading as Elio and not his character in the film, Oliver. As I'm sure we just naturally subconsciously see these characters from the familiar voice and due to the imagery we have already seen of this film.

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