Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson. I recommend this book. I liked Ultraviolet because it was very interesting and it made me want to continue reading. The book had many unexpected twists and turns and it was very well written. It was about a Alison, a sixteen year old girl who wakes up in a mental institution. She slowly pieces back her memory, and she realizes in a psychotic craze, she admitted to killing Tori Beaugrand, but she doesn't know how. They were fighting, and then Tori vanished into thin air. Ali thinks that it was her fault. She knows that she cannot disintegrate someone, so she thinks she has gone insane. Ali always had strange and abnormal sensory abilities, but know they have grown stronger. She thinks those abilities could be linked with Tori's disappearance. A scientists comes to help her and help her understand her abilities, but she realizes nothing is how it seems.
~Isabella, Teen Book Reviewer