Keep It To Yourself

Intro: Yu got to make it better Fi the youths dem future yu know Wi can sit down an a gawn Like say wi nuh si say Someting kind a go wrong still And wi nah talk, to the world Got to make it better again, hey Chorus: Yu feel like a bad man Keep it to yu self Doan bring it to Jamaican Keep it to yu self We nuh want dat a jamrock Keep it to yu self Wi can't tek no more slackness hear dis Verse 1: Yu can change di laws of man But yu can't change di laws of god So if dem nocking a big glass dem glad Wan wi fi change a must mad dem mad Somebody tell mi what is happening A don't want no fish inna mi Ital dish To see mi son become a father Mi greatest wish Di situation kinda very ticklish But everybody fed up from parish to parish Yes and to whom it may concern A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn As a citizen wi got a lot of concern Di truth is a nuh dat.

Wi want wi chrilden dem, fi learn Chorus Verse 2: Yu fi multiply an replenish di Earth An dats why di woman labor inna child birth Mi nuh want si mi brother Dress up inna no skirt An mi sister nuh fi mek lift up her skirt As a nation nuh matter what wi put god first If yu pass eighteen issa blessing not a curse Lighting an thunder Bown fi mek di cloud burse A just di water from Di Sugar Cane can quench nany thirst Yes and to whome it may concern A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn As a citizen wi got a lot of concern Di truth is a nuh dat.

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Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node. See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria. View all 5 comments. Jul 01, Kai rated it really liked it Shelves: queer , owned. This gay YA murder mystery was one of my most anticipated releases of The book was rather plot-driven, and a slow burn at the same time. Mac, the main character, collected clues here and there but none of it made much sense until the very end.

There were some nicely positioned hints that totally sent me down the wro This gay YA murder mystery was one of my most anticipated releases of There were some nicely positioned hints that totally sent me down the wrong track, and quite a few scary and haunting scenes that made me fear for Mac's life. I personally did not see the twists and reveals coming, and I loved the big finale.

It really took me by surprise. I did find the ending after the murder mystery was solved very unrealistically though. It seemed like the easy way to a happy ending and I wish it had been more complex than that. He's a relatable and smart kid, but I still wish he had a stronger voice, a more defined POV.

Most of the side characters kind of It would have made him more interesting as a character. I also didn't really buy the romance aspect of the novel. It wasn't insta-love but by their third meeting, they already considered each other boyfriends without ever having had any kind of talk that went beyond the murder investigation. They were two boys that flirted twice so naturally, they're a couple.

At least that's what it seemed like. That's also the reason why their first big fight was overdramatic and came out of nowhere. Another thing that bothered me is a common trope: parents that are so uninvested in their kid's life that you wonder why they're in the book in the first place. I'll definitely read Tom Ryan's future books. The crime part of the novel was executed really well and I can't wait to see what the author is plotting next.

Find more of my books on Instagram Jun 02, Christopher rated it it was amazing Shelves: , netgalley. However, after uncovering a mysterious note from Connor, Mac is forced to confront a past where nothing is as it seemed and everyone has something to hide.

In a bit of normalcy after an immense tragedy, the book opens with a group of high school friends meeting up after graduation to open a time capsule. Evolving friendships. Forgotten pasts. The cusp of change. This first scene is packed with a quiet tension that flows through the rest of the book as this group, including Mac, cracks open the past in an attempt to move forward. From there, the mystery slowly unravels, bucking and weaving against a town that seriously just wants to put the murders to rest.

Of course, it helps that Ryan has carefully crafted an investigation that continuously drops tantalizing clues. And the final reveal? Completely satisfying while being beyond shocking. Ryan deserves immense praise for his positive and refreshing portrayal of gay teens— their blossoming romance feels real while also alleviating some of the heavier moments.

Toss in some mysterious suspects and some secondary characters with a few quirks, and Ryan has ultimately fleshed out a compelling world.

Feb 16, Jaimie rated it it was ok Shelves: 2-stars , A thriller about a serial killer, with an lgbtq main character and a group of childhood friends, now estranged, each with their own secrets. Doesn't that sound awesome? Keep This to Yourself is a letdown. None of the characters are fleshed-out and the minor side characters are nothing more than caricatures. I never felt more than mildly engaged with the scrambled, convenient plot.

I guessed it literally during th booooooo This sounded so great. I guessed it literally during the first chapter. I was telling my friend about the basic storyline while I was only a few chapters in and she guessed it! SO predictable. How disappointing. View all 3 comments. May 11, Ludwig Reads rated it really liked it. This book is definitely not that. Keep This To Yourself is a mystery debut , and the author is already knocking over all cliche YA mystery concepts and gifting us with a fresh, engrossing approach to the genre.

I'm such a sucker for small town mysteries but it's definitely been a while since I'v 4,5 stars! I'm such a sucker for small town mysteries but it's definitely been a while since I've read one with a creative spin on it. It's not just the setting that is captivating, but the way the author describes it is so appealing that the seaside town of Camera Cove registered in my brain in a way it still feels like a real place to me. Now as protagonist Mac digs deep into the serial killer's twisted mind, he can't help but ask, was it a random drifter?

Mac has no option other than to put himself in his dead best friend's aka. I loved the effortlessness of both the writing and chronology of events. The mystery felt gripping and believable. The author leads us down this path that's filled with mystery and intrigue and then suddenly slips the rug from underneath us with a final shocking discovery!

Actual rating: 3. Thereby, my opinion henceforth is of the said uncorrected do Actual rating: 3. Thereby, my opinion henceforth is of the said uncorrected document. I breezed straight through this one, which is always a happy surprise.

I simply could not put this book down! A few hours cumulatively? There was nothing there— no chemistry. Just the fact that they both liked the same gender? And I am just gonna put it out there: I. Some of his behavior was aggressive and petulant, which is unhealthy and uncalled for.

So, kudos to that. But there had to be a helluvalot of disbelief to suspend with the whole situation with the police at the end. Apr 09, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: canadian , lgbt , arc , contemporary , romance , thriller-mystery , ya.

Thrillers can be really hit or miss with me - they either take too long to solve, have a ridiculous amount of red herrings, or have a predictable villain with poor motivation. It takes place in Camera Cove, a small town that was rocked by four murders last year. The murderer was never found. The last victim was named Connor, a boy in high school who was also one of our narrator's best friends. One year later, Mac has decided to reopen the case himself and figure out who kill Thrillers can be really hit or miss with me - they either take too long to solve, have a ridiculous amount of red herrings, or have a predictable villain with poor motivation.

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8 Replies to “Keep It To Yourself”

  1. keep to (oneself) 1. To refrain from attempting to communicate or make connections with others. If you want to make friends, you can't keep to yourself all the time.
  2. keep (something) to (oneself) To not reveal or share some thought, idea, opinion, or piece of information with anyone else. I think it's best that we keep this to ourselves until we can determine what impact it will have. I don't want your advice, so if you have any suggestions, just keep them to yourself!
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  6. Jan 10,  · Keep your goals to yourself! That’s the advice writer and entrepreneur Derek Sivers gave in a TED Talk. Here’s the reason why: Research has shown that sharing our goals with others makes those goals less likely to happen.
  7. Mar 10,  · “Keep It to Yourself” is a song written by Kacey Musgraves, Shane McAnally and Luke Laird. Though it didn’t receive a music video, the song was .
  8. Aug 24,  · Keep it to Yourself is the debut solo album of Mullmuzzler, which is Dream Theater vocalist James Labrie's solo project. Labrie decided put this disc out in when he was approached by the Magna Carta label executives. Supporting him on the instrumentation (and songwriting) were Shadow Gallery and Magellan members as well as many others/5(16).

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