No one can describe the intimacy of sex better than Andre Aciman. This sequel to Call Me By Your Name is lushly written. He reinvents love. I admit that the fragmented style prevents an emotional response. The novel needs to be read carefully because of the confusing structure that jumps between time frames and characters abruptly. This isn’t a typical sequel because Oliver and Elio don’t appear till the very short end portion of the book. But enjoying Aciman’s language is thrilling.