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Call Me by Your Name
Call Me by Your Name: A Novel | And? Aciman
The sudden and powerful attraction between a teenage boy and a summer guest at his parents' house on the Italian Riviera has a profund and lasting influence that will mark them both for a lifetime, in a novel of obsession, passion, fear, and desire. By the author of False Papers. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
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x1Prince
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Guilty for loving this book!

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Amor4Libros
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🤣🤣🤣 Ok...

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Christy2318
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Finally got my turn at the Armie Hammer narration from the library. Third time was the charm as far as avoiding the ugly cry but it was close at the end. I‘m a little obsessed with this story ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Reggie Ughhhh that note destroyed me when I read this. I loved that book but can‘t see the movie. I refuse to break my own heart like that twice!!! 3w
Christy2318 @Reggie I‘m obsessed with it and the heartbreak of it all 3w
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Petelord
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Love this good. It‘s a great read and probably the best LGBTQ 🏳️‍🌈 novel I‘ve read

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AliD73
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I read this a year before the movie came out, and I loved it. The characters are so much more three dimensional than they are in the movie. This is a brilliantly written novel, and the depth of the characters‘ feelings for one another are meaningful and believable. The book covers a period of about twenty years whereas the movie only covers one summer. My second favorite novel of all time, this is an atmospheric story to get lost in.

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Petelord

Perhaps we were friends first and lovers second.
But then perhaps this is what lovers are.

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Cinfhen
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#LilithJuly While this book wasn‘t perfect, what it did manage to perfectly convey is that sense of longing. The infatuation, obsession, the all encompassing yearning, burning desire for another even if they may prove to be #MyFavoriteMistake 😚 I found the writing so achingly beautiful, although my eyeballs got a workout from all their rolling. Still a pick and a book I‘d recommend, if for nothing more than reliving that first crush/love.

TrishB And me who doesn‘t have a romantic bone in her body just did the eye rolling! 1mo
Tanisha_A Loved reading this. 1mo
Tanisha_A He can write emotions well. 1mo
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BarbaraBB @TrishB 😂😂 1mo
BarbaraBB I haven‘t read this one, even with my romantic bone, this book always sounded too YA (my 15 years old daughter and her friends read it) for me 😀 1mo
Cinfhen Without meaning to sound condescending, I found this book way more “sophisticated” than your average YA book @BarbaraBB I think it‘s written more towards adults then tweens/ YA. It might surprise you, just like Perks of a WallFlower surprised me. 1mo
BarbaraBB That is good to know and I will reconsider. We do have a copy at home! 1mo
KarenUK The writing in this one is beautiful..... but on this rare occasion, I preferred the movie. So gorgeous 💕😍 1mo
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Sassy_Steph
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I did the audiobook of this one, it was good! There were a couple of weird parts! It kept me unwilling the end! I wanted to know what happened to the characters!

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GivenLemons
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Mehso-so

I know a lot of people love this and despite getting into it, I just didn‘t like it. Honestly it was difficult to read a love story where the characters don‘t even seem to like each other. I should also mention the breathtakingly racist speech that the narrative presents uncritically.

TheLibrarian Have you seen the movie? 2mo
GivenLemons @TheLibrarian No, I haven‘t. I‘m generally more of a romance book than romance movie person... Is it good? 2mo
TheLibrarian @GivenLemons I really like the movie. A while ago I tried the book but couldn‘t get into it. 2mo
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Macnjen
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Wow, half way through this I would have rated it “so-so“ (see my spoiler alert post earlier) but the ending was really well done. The writing is good though some of the references were over my head. Definitely an adult/gay/coming of age story of longing, regret and beauty.

sprainedbrain Glad you ended up enjoying it! 2mo
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Macnjen
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I‘m struggling with this. Cannot get engaged and don‘t get some of the references. Feels like a slog, plus I‘m half way thru and getting frustrated that all I‘ve read is just Elio‘s longing. I hope this improves; my daughter gave this to me and loved it so I‘m reading it for her. I want to like this but it feels like work. Anyone else? It‘s not subject matter, I just want something to actually happen. Though the age difference is a little creepy.

sprainedbrain I listened to this book on audio and couldn‘t get enough of it... of course Armie Hammer narrated it. 😍 2mo
Macnjen @sprainedbrain Maybe that‘s what I will try to do. Thanks for the suggestion. 2mo
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derr.liz
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"Everyone goes through a period of traviamento—when we take, say, a different turn in life, the other via. Dante himself did. Some recover, some pretend to recover, some never come back, some chicken out before even starting, and some, for fear of taking any turns, find themselves leading the wrong life all life long.”

#pridemonth ?️‍?

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BooksForEmpathy
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Home for the next 6 nights. I feel like I‘m channeling my inner Elio from CMBYN. Italian country house and lazy days by the pool reading.

I don‘t see any 🍑 though... just a bunch of olive trees 🌳!

Bklover Enjoy! 2mo
DivineDiana So beautiful! ❤️ 2mo
Christine Totally re: CMBYN vibes!! 😍 2mo
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Crazeedi Oh my aren't you just in heaven! 2mo
BarbaraBB Great place! 2mo
Toniyesss OMG YASSSSSSS 😍😍😍 2mo
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kaysworld1
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Amazing film and book

#queerbooks #readingmyownbooks #reading #feelings #loveb#stories #bookworm 🧡🌈🌸

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego So good. 😭💖😭💖😭💖 3mo
kaysworld1 @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Heartbreaking isn't it but very truthful 🤗 3mo
zezeki That last speech from the book was so brilliant! 3mo
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Dalianny
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If not later, when?

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EmilyBee93
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Fantastic book. Full of raw emotion, if you've been tempted to give it a go I definitely would recommend

Ericalambbrown Welcome to Litsy! 😊📚🙏🏻 @LitsyWelcomeWagon #litsywelcomewagon 3mo
CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy! 📚 3mo
Traci1 Welcome to Litsy! 😁 3mo
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EmilyBee93 Thank you all for the welcomes ☺️ 3mo
Mitch Welcome to the wonderful world of Litsy 3mo
Megabooks Welcome to Litsy!! 3mo
LitsyWelcomeWagon Welcome to Litsy! Hope these #Litsytips by @RaimeyGallant http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU are helpful. There‘s so many fun things to do: book exchanges, buddy reads, photo challenges and more! #LitsyWelcomeWagon 3mo
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 3mo
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Underqueen
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I loved this story. So raw and real and heartbreaking.

⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Macnjen
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A gift from my kiddo who said the movie is actually really good as well.

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Reggie
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rohit-sawant Great pick! 🙌🏼 3mo
Eggs 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 @Reggie 3mo
Cinfhen Well done 👍🏻 ❤️ 3mo
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erzascarletbookgasm Great choice! 3mo
Suet624 Beautiful 3mo
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GuiltyFeat
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Finished the book on shabbat. It‘s a sensual tale of identity and young love. Last night I went with my wife and daughter to a screening of the movie at the Jerusalem Cinematheque followed by an Q&A with the author, Professor Aciman. He was humble and charming, erudite and entertaining. What a fabulous evening as part of the Jerusalem Writers‘ Festival 2019.

Tanisha_A I loved this book. And I hear Mr. Aciman this year at Jaipur Literature Fest, such a delight! 3mo
Tanisha_A *heard 3mo
Smrloomis Nice. @Tanisha_A I imagine the Jaipur festival is lovely though I‘ve never been. Maybe someday! 🤞🏽 3mo
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GuiltyFeat @Tanisha_A Fabulous! He was so charming and humble. Enjoy! 3mo
Tanisha_A @Smrloomis You have to tell me whenever you plan to attend it. 🙂 3mo
Smrloomis @Tanisha_A thanks 😁👍🏽 I hear Jaipur is lovely and I love book festivals. I hope to make it someday soon! 3mo
Tanisha_A @Smrloomis Yay! I would love to show you around. 🥳 3mo
Tanisha_A @GuiltyFeat I think a sequel to this book is coming up! 3mo
Tanisha_A @Smrloomis Also, the next JLF is scheduled from Jan 23 - 27, 2020. Here is the link to their website - https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/ 3mo
GuiltyFeat @Tanisha_A Yes! He spoke about it during the Q&A. It's out later this year. 3mo
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Caterina
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Finally finished this book today. I started in December and it was going quickly, but then my heart got broken and I just couldn't read a book about romance...and then I had a reading slump for four months. But here we are, it is finished, and it had some things I liked about it (the writing, older Elio) and some things I didn't (the relationship, especially the lead-up). Glad I read it! #newyearwhodis @Emilymdxn @monalyisha

Emilymdxn I‘m so sorry you‘ve had such a tough time ? sending love. Definitely prioritise your well-being over getting a certain amount of reading done! Books can always wait. I‘m so glad there were bits you liked - I loved the writing style most of all rather than the contents, but then I‘m such a fan girl I‘d probably read André Aciman‘s shopping lists 4mo
monalyisha Peppermint tea helps all situations — at least a little. Sending positive, healing vibes your way. 💕 4mo
Caterina @Emilymdxn Thank you ❤️ That means a lot! I feel so bad for falling so completely off the #newyearwhodis wagon. 😩 Aciman's writing was lovely and totally enthralling! 4mo
Caterina @monalyisha Thank you! ❤️ Yes, peppermint tea is the best 😊 4mo
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Aashkaar
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If I could have him like this in my dreams every night of my life, I'd stake my entire life on dreams and be done with the rest.

Suet624 All of this post is beautiful. 6mo
Skyrimir I‘ve got this one coming in the mail! Looking forward to reading it. 6mo
Aashkaar I assure you that its a very beautiful read. It was first time for me to read gay literature but then, the best part is that i found myself totally connected to it, to the protagonists especially. And by the end, it wasn't about gender or sexuality but more about love. It was all that mattered and that's how i found it relatable 6mo
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Aashkaar Towards the end it made my eyes teary. 6mo
Reggie Oof, this book, ripped my heart out. I don‘t even want to watch that movie. Why break my heart twice. 6mo
Aashkaar I think i understand! 😢 But the movie is awesome too.. I'd say both are incomparable. You should watch the movie. 6mo
Christy2318 Loved the book. Loved the movie. Planning on listening to the audio read by Armie Hammer...pretty sure I will cry again so I‘ll have to listen on evening commutes when I‘m going straight home. 😂 5mo
Aashkaar Hell, i haven't tried audio book yet. Well that's a real shame for me cause that thought never crossed my mind. Thanks for putting this beautiful idea into my mind. I'm gonna enjoy audiobook now. 5mo
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1. Current reads: “Call Me By Your Name” by Andre Aciman, “Naked in Death” by JD Robb, “The City in the Middle of the Night” by Charlie Jane Anders, and “The King‘s Traitor” by Jeff Wheeler 📚
2. Lately I prefer standalone! Series are such a commitment especially if they‘re 4+ books!
3. “I like the sound of that.” (from “Bloody Rose”)
#books #reading #weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

rachelsbrittain That's so true re series.Thanks for joining in 📚 6mo
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Books.Coffee.Happiness
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@MonthlyBookClub #RomanticScavengerHunt 😊 My book with LGBTQ romance💖👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨This book told a beautiful, sophisticated love story😊 #FebruaryReads #Love #BookNerd #bookworm #booklover #Reading #reader #read

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Suet624
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The movie followed the novel so closely that it‘s possible I didn‘t need to listen to it. Elio‘s longing for Oliver was even more pronounced in the novel and brought me back to my teenage years, years so filled with lust and longing. Two things: 1) probably not a good book to listen to when you‘re babysitting 🤦🏻‍♀️ & 2) Armie Hammer‘s voice. The article says it all: https://www.vulture.com/2017/09/just-20-descriptions-of-armie-hammers-voice.html

readordierachel Those descriptions of his voice are perfect 😆 6mo
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Caksf
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I am not a big fan of romance novels, and while this one was well written.. it is still a romance novel. I understand that in profiling a same sex romance, it is approaching the genre from a seldom viewed perspective. However, it relies on the same tired trope (older paramour teaches adolescent about sexuality and love) that makes me roll my eyes with every other book that takes up this played out storyline. In a word “meh” 2/5

TrishB Agree👍🏻 6mo
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Caterina
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Maybe this new Kindle case will help me get my reading bug back🤞 I've been both busy and sick for the last two months and haven't finished a book since January 18 (and that was a book I had started in December). This is the longest I've gone without finishing a book in years. 😪 Miss y'all and miss reading, just haven't had the time or energy. @Emilymdxn I'm still excited to read your book list, when I'm reading again! #readingslump

Eggs Beautiful 6mo
youneverarrived Ohh pretty 💙 6mo
Caterina @Eggs @youneverarrived It's gorgeous isn't it? Less than $15 on Amazon! 6mo
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LoveToReadLiveToRead
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Latest read for my real life book club.
The coming of age story of a summer romance between Elio and the American student Oliver who comes to stay with Elio and his family in Italy in the early 80s.
I liked but didn‘t love this book. The writing was beautiful but sometimes Elio‘s melodramatic teenage ways were a bit much.
I loved the setting, it was perfect for the story and liked the bittersweet ending.
That apricot though. 🍑😳

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego 💕💕💕💕 6mo
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mania
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Beautifully written, impossible to put down, but sometimes I find the writing so powerful that I need to close the book or I need to go back reread some of the quotes. Extraordinary!

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Tanisha_A
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"You are my homecoming. When I'm with you & we're well together, there is nothing more I want. You make me like who I am, who I become when you're with me, Oliver. If there is any truth in the world, it lies when I'm with you, & if I find the courage to speak my truth to you one day, remind me to light a candle in thanksgiving at every altar in Rome." #Soulmate #LiteraryLove

vkois88 Beautiful ❤❤❤ 7mo
Tanisha_A @vkois88 @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego This one has fantastic writing in so many parts. 😃 7mo
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Elma
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Bailedbailed

Ugh. I hate that I'm bailing on another #LGBTQ book, but I just can't do it. I'm 10% in and so far the whole thing is just a boy fantasizing about another boy, which could be interesting, but sadly there was nothing to make it stand out. It was just pages of the same thing said a little bit different. I guess now I can finally watch the movie. Which will hopefully be more interesting.

TheBookDream I liked the book and movie, but probably the movie more 7mo
Redwritinghood I bailed on this one too. 7mo
Elma @TheBookDream That's good to hear. I've been wanting to see it since it came out, but missed it in theaters. And then decided I needed to read the book first, but my hold took forever. If I didn't have so many other things to read I might try to power through. But at least now I can watch the movie. 7mo
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Elma @Redwritinghood Glad I'm not the only one. 7mo
IndoorDame I liked this one. Never got around to the movie though. 7mo
Reggie This one tests your patience. But it was so worth it. 😭😭😭💔 7mo
TheLibrarian I couldn‘t get into the book but really like the movie. 7mo
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Aadyer07
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Call Me By My Name was tantalizing and beautiful. Beguiling and intimate. I was brought to this book after first experiencing the film. Although they share many similarities the book had its own completely unique flavor. The biggest discrepancy being the extent of Elio‘s suffering due to his love and longing. The movie tells a story of infatuation, while the book tells a tale of life-long love.

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Tanisha_A
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André Aciman talking about his book Call me by your Name. What a sweet sweet man to listen to. #JLF2019

Have the book on my Kindle. I am picking it up right after i finish reading There There.

tina_b.ooks Great book. It is one of my favourites from last year. 7mo
Tanisha_A @tina_b.ooks Good to know. Can't wait to get to it! I'll keep you posted how I like it. Thank you! 🙂 7mo
readordierachel So cool 😍 7mo
Tanisha_A @readordierachel It was a delight. 😍 7mo
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Mem_ugh
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My apartment is a mess, Elio and Oliver are keeping me company while I clean. #24in48 #almost5hours

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m.galehuxley
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This book made me cry. That almost never happens. The last book to do that was A Little Life, but honestly, that book manipulated me.

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slore1702
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Here are some of my newest additions that I have bought or received within the past month.
#CallMeByYourName 🇮🇹
#BeautifulBoy 🖤
#TheBestAmericanNonRequiredReading2018 📚
#Dumplin 💃🏼
#WordsWeDontSay 💬

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readordierachel
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Teenage Elio does a lot of growing up the summer he falls in love with Oliver, an older doctoral student staying with Elio's family. I loved this book (and the film adaptation).

#whenigrowup #musicalnewyear
@Cinfhen @vivastory

Reggie Aww😭❤️ 7mo
vivastory I still need to watch the adaptation 7mo
readordierachel @Reggie I know! 😢 7mo
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readordierachel @vivastory It's really good. Highly recommend. 7mo
rachelk Yes! I read it in one day and cried almost the whole time. I loved the movie too.💔 7mo
Tanisha_A Mr. Aciman is coming to town for the lit fest which is starting tomorrow. Haven't read the book, but excited to see/ hear him. 7mo
Cinfhen This was quite a sensuous story!! You could feel the heat on the pages! Beautifully written 7mo
merelybookish I've only seen the movie but 😭 7mo
readordierachel @Tanisha_A How cool! Have a wonderful time! Take lots of pictures 😊 7mo
readordierachel @Cinfhen Yes! It was 🔥🔥🔥 7mo
readordierachel @merelybookish That last scene! 😭 7mo
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Emilymdxn This is one of my favourite quotes from any novel! 7mo
AlysonCE @Emilymdxn It's a great quote, and rings so true! Such a quotable book, i'm struggling to pick my favourites!!😀 7mo
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" ... Mafalda would ask him to climb a ladder with a basket and pick those fruits that were almost blushing with shame, she said. He would joke in Italian, pick one out, and ask, Is this one blushing with shame? No, she would say, this one is too young still, youth has no shame, shame comes with age."

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AlysonCE
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Tucked up ready to continue Call Me By Your Name. Thumbs up so far 👍🙃

Elma I just had my hold for this one come in at the library, so I'll be starting it soon. Welcome to Litsy! 7mo
Reggie This book destroyed me a little 2 summers ago. 7mo
DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚🎉Hope you enjoy it here! 7mo
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ValkyrieAndHerBooks Welcome to Litsy! 7mo
Cinfhen I thought the writing was gorgeous 7mo
AlysonCE I am enjoying so far, and hope you do too. I look forward to reading your thoughts @elma. Thanks for the welcome 😊 7mo
AlysonCE Thanks for the welcome @DebinHawaii & @ValkyrieAndHerBooks !! 🤗 7mo
AlysonCE @Cinfhen I know! It's so sumptuous. I feel like im actually on the Italian Riviera every time I pick it up and then when I stop and look out of the window I realise I live in England where the weather is always horrible 😂 Thanks for sharing your thoughts 😊 7mo
AlysonCE @Reggie No lasting damage so far! I will let you know when I get to the end 😁 7mo
DarcysMom Welcome to Litsy! 🤩 7mo
AlysonCE Thanks @DarcysMom 🤗🎉 7mo
Cinfhen Ha!! Sumptuous is a good word choice 7mo
Cinfhen Did u see the film??? 7mo
AlysonCE @Cinfhen Not yet -I don't like someone's choice of actor to shape my opinion of characters. Will definitely watch when im finished reading. Is it good? 7mo
BridgetteM Welcome to Litsy! 7mo
Cinfhen I haven‘t seen film yet either but I‘ve heard it‘s pretty sumptuous 😉 7mo
AlysonCE Thanks @BridgetteM 😀 7mo
AlysonCE @Cinfhen 😂 Love it! 🍑🍑 7mo
Purrfectpages Welcome to Litsy! 7mo
AlysonCE Thankyou @Purrfectpages 😊! 7mo
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samjmitchell
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Best Books of 2018:
Call Me By Your Name: Andre Aciman / Best story: Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, Taylor Jenkins Reid / Best non-fiction: Being Mortal, Atul Gawande.
What should I read in the new year?! #bestof2018

AlysonCE Definitely Call Me By Your Name 😊👍 7mo
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Skeeterisme
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Pickpick

Quite gorgeous ...

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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
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My favourite books from 2018. I can't wait to see what 2019 has in store 😊 Many of these books were #blameitonlitsy inspired. So I thank you Littens, and keep 'em comming. #18in18 #18in2018

LoverofLit The Storied Life of AJ Fikry was one of my favorite reads of last year! ❤ 8mo
Geeklet The Broken Earth trilogy books were some of my favorite of the year too! 🤗 8mo
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Naj Great list! There are so many I want to read. Since you liked Shanghai Girls, I'd recommend The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by the same author; it was a favorite of mine this year. 8mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego @Naj Thanks! I've definitely been keeping my eye out for more of her books. 8mo
erinreads Tell the Wolves I‘m Home! Middlesex! What a great year for you! 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Tell the Wolves I‘m Home 💚💚💚 8mo
britt_brooke Nice choices! 8mo
Crazeedi Middlesex is on my list for next year! 8mo
Crazeedi AJ Fikry was grand! 8mo
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Pricel101
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Pickpick

Now this is a LIST! Can‘t wait for my Christmas vacation to do nothing but read! Awesome reco‘s by @youneverarrived as part of #NewYearWhoDis WOOT 📖📖📖 @monalyisha

monalyisha So interested in (edited) 8mo
youneverarrived So glad you like my list 🥰 8mo
Moray_Reads I loved Normal People 8mo
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I loved this book so much. This is exciting. 💕 9mo
Heideschrampf 🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑🍑 9mo
sprainedbrain Ooooh! This is exciting. Also, all of these peaches are making me giggle-gag. 😂 9mo
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mauveandrosysky
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😱😱😱😱😱😱

SkeletonKey Whaaaaat!! YES. 9mo
mauveandrosysky @BooksForEmpathy @skeletonkey I‘m hoping for something like the Before Sunrise trilogy 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻 (edited) 9mo
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saresmoore Okay, fine, I guess I‘ll buy that. 9mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 9mo
BooksForEmpathy I am going to respond to you tomorrow. It‘s in my calendar. I miss our online chats and I can‘t wait to hear everything about you! 9mo
mauveandrosysky @BooksForEmpathy sounds great! It seems like we‘ve both had SO MUCH going on! 😂🖤 9mo
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Tera0707
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At Barnes and Noble today, a lady picks this book up and says, “They made a book after it?!” I cried a little inside. I did give a weird face though because I‘m one who can‘t hide what they‘re feeling/thinking.

Christy2318 🤣 9mo
squirrelbrain I have no words! 😠 9mo
sprainedbrain Oh gosh. 🤦🏻‍♀️ 9mo
CoverToCoverGirl Non readers 🙄🤷‍♀️ 9mo
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Samplergal
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Such a wonderful book.

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Loved this book 💕 9mo
MelissaSue81 Huh.. I just really didn‘t like this! 9mo
Samplergal @MelissaSue81 exactly why there are millions! It‘s explicit. But it‘s a lovely story that describes first love and how it changes you forever. 9mo
tina_b.ooks Such a great story! 9mo
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