Ultraviolet - R.J. Anderson More of a 3.5 but it kept my interest very well so more than a 3.

The story opens with a confession that the narrator killed someone, they watched them disintegrate. Then the Narrator, Alison, describes waking up in a bleak hospital room and discovering that she was in an institution and had to deal with what was going on. Try to work out what had happened and come to terms with the fact that maybe, just maybe she wasn't crazy, but there was something different about how she thought.

And then things twisted.

Now I did guess some of the twisting but it still was interesting and kept me reading and while I see where the end came from I'm not sure it shouldn't have been a bit different.