Andre Aciman's Find Me, his sequel to his book Call Me By Your Name, hits in fifteen days, y'all. Fifteen days and we'll know the further adventures of Elio and his dad and that cowboy nerd from America... I've refused to put too much mind or energy towards this before now but all of a sudden this morning it's struck me like James' proverbial giant peach fell out of the sky and onto my face.
I know that EW posted a little excerpt from the book last week -- click here if you want to read it, which I did not; I'll wait for the whole damn thing, thank you. I'm enjoying this feeling of anticipation right now anyway. I should probably dig up my dog-eared copy of the first book and give it a re-read before October 29th, since my recollection's no doubt been clouded by Guadagnino's film, which isn't super different but is different enough. Have any of you gone back yet to read Elio's Original Adventures in preparation for his imminent further exploits?