The Jigsaw Maker

The Jigsaw Maker When stranger Jim walks into Lizzie s shop and proposes that she help him make his beautiful jigsaws Lizzie agrees It s a project that she can fit into her humdrum life without making too many change

  • Title: The Jigsaw Maker
  • Author: Adrienne Dines
  • ISBN: 9781846482090
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • When stranger Jim walks into Lizzie s shop and proposes that she help him make his beautiful jigsaws, Lizzie agrees It s a project that she can fit into her humdrum life without making too many changes She s about to turn fifty she could do with a distraction This is the story of Lizzie s journey towards the truth.

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    • I really enjoyed Adrienne's Soft Voices Whispering - but I thought this one was even better. Lizzie was a character I could totally identify with, concerned about advancing age and the rut she's fallen into, and her secret comes as an immense shock but a totally believable one. She's a vividly drawn, lively child in the historical parts - there's some lovely vignettes, the trip to the zoo in Dublin is particularly memorable. And I loved her naivety - particularly Bernie's tonsils!The book has an [...]


    • I found this a bit slow-moving at first. Lizzie is the main character; she’s middle-aged, and rather uptight. A younger man called Jim calls into her shop, explaining that he makes jigsaws, and is looking for some local memoriesThe story switches between 2006, which is the present day of the novel, and 1969, when Lizzie was a mostly innocent child of ten. She recounts stories of the nuns who taught her, and the day trip they took to the zoo and there's much that the reader learns through her m [...]


    • bookcrossing/journal/4I read this quickly as I had just had to keep reading to see if my hunches were right as the plot unfolded. Some of them were but I certainly did not guess everything which made it even more intriguing! As in ‘Soft Voices Whispering’ the story is told via two time frames and it is also similar in that there are repressed secrets to be discovered.Jim Nealon the Jigsaw Maker has questions that he wants answered and has worked out a very clever and subtle way of fitting th [...]


    • After a fairly slow start I really did enjoy this story. Lizzie began as a fairly bad-tempered, intolerant woman who seemed to be full of regrets and quite envious of people who had done just a little bit more with their lives. The atmosphere of small-town Ireland was really well conveyed, with characters who were both likeable and believable.As the story unfolds with flash-backs to 1969, the reader begins to realise just why Lizzie behaves as she does. Slowly, I thawed towards her and by the en [...]



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