The author first revealed he was writing the sequel in December and revealed its title and release date—October 29, 2019—in March. And the book, called ‘Find me’ , now has a cover. “The colors of the buildings couldn’t have been more intensely Roman or captured the sensual Rome I’ve known and loved so much: ochre, faded orange, and, in the background, a serene blue sky,” Aciman told Entertainment Weekly, saying that the image designed by Rodrigo Corral contains a part of his heart he wants to share with readers. “If you look carefully, the street sign reads ‘Via dei Banchi Vecchi’ — a street where Elio and his father order wine in what is my favorite enoteca in the world. My heart belongs in this image.” He noted that except Rome the new novel will have scenes in New York and Paris. Plot details that have surfaced so far indicate that Find Me will focus both on Elio and Oliver, as well as Elio’s father, who has divorced from his wife. The events in the book will be set two decades following the fateful summer described in Call Me By Your Name, which Aciman first published in 2007.