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Author: André Aciman Narrator: Armie Hammer Publisher: Macmillan Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: October 2017 ISBN: 9781427291707
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Now a major motion picture from director Luca Guadagnino, starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, winner of the 2018 Academy Award for Adapted Screenplay

Celebrate André Aciman’s sensational novel with a dynamic audiobook, read by Armie Hammer

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’ cliff-side 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.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Armie Hammer’s intimate whisper makes each beautiful, erotic, or painful moment bittersweet…Hammer is convincing as Oliver, and while his voice is somewhat mature for seventeen-year-old Elio, his emotional tone is impeccable. When the men meet again years later, Hammer captures the moment, which is both ordinary and devastating.”


  • “Hammer’s voice is brimming with such melody that, if you listen to it long enough, you can probably get drunk off it.”

    Vulture (audio review)

  • “Armie Hammer (who plays Oliver in the movie) steps effortlessly into Elio’s interior world. The result is staggering. I found myself holding my breath though parts of this book. I’d be listening to it while cooking, and would have to stop and sit down because I couldn’t concentrate on anything but his voice…Hammer made himself disappear until only Elio remained. His narration is so honest, so vulnerable, and so authentic.”

    BookRiot (audio review)

  • The novel is richly, sensuously detailed . . . luminous. . . . Aciman deftly charts a burgeoning relationship that both parties want and fear. Boston Globe
  • Superb . . . The beauty of Aciman's writing and the purity of his passions should place this extraordinary first novel within the canon of great romantic love stories for everyone. Washington Post Book World
  • An extraordinary examination of longing and the complicated ways in which we negotiate the experience of attraction. . . . It's startling that a novel so bracingly unsentimental--alert to the ways we manipulate, second-guess, forestall, and finally reach stumblingly toward one another--concludes with such emotional depths. O, The Oprah Magazine
  • This novel is hot . . . a love letter, an invocation, and something of an epitaph. . . . An exceptionally beautiful book. New York Times Book Review
  • A great love story . . . every phrase, every ache, every giddy rush of sensation in this beautiful novel rings true. Seattle Times
  • New York Times Notable Book
  • Washington Post Best Book of the Year
  • New York Magazine Best Books of the Year Selection
  • Chicago Tribune Best Book of the Year
  • Seattle Times Best Book of the Year
  • Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year
  • A BookRiot Pick of the 4 Most Perfect Audiobooks Ever

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  • 3.666666 out of 53.666666 out of 53.666666 out of 53.666666 out of 53.666666 out of 5 Matthew | 4/25/2018

    " For once I liked the movie better! Maybe it's because I saw the movie first, I"m not sure. I felt that the first three quarters of the book were sappy and depressing at times. Elio's internal struggle was explain ad nauseam and I get tired of hearing about it. I must say the end of the book, from Rome on, was sweet and endearing. I loved hearing how they reconnected later in life and still cared for one another. I would recommend, especially if you have or plan on seeing the movie. You can decide for yourself! "

About the Author

André Aciman is the author of the novels Call Me by Your Name and Eight White Nights, the memoir Out of Egypt, and two books of essays. He is also the editor of The Proust Project. He teaches comparative literature at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he directs the Writers’ Institute.

About the Narrator

Armand Douglas “Armie” Hammer is an American actor. He is known for his portrayal of the Winklevoss twins in the film The Social Network, Prince Andrew Alcott in Mirror Mirror, the title character in the adventure film The Lone Ranger, Mike in Mine, and the voice role of Jackson Storm in the 2017 Disney-Pixar film Cars 3. He played the role of Illya Kuryakin in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and stars as Oliver in the 2017 romance drama Call Me by Your Name. For his portrayal of Clyde Tolson in J. Edgar, he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award.