|Reviews for Turnabout Lockdown|
| Lyrissa Artemick chapter 2 . 3/23/2019
What's with that sibling talk? They couldn't have known right?
| GAT-X105VividPanzer chapter 37 . 6/12/2018
I've only become a fan of ace attorney recently, and I was recommended this fic by TV tropes-fantastic! I love how you had the OG trilogy characters in teh story as well. Great story!
| Tenkasen chapter 37 . 11/2/2017
This was a pretty interesting and compelling murder mystery you had going, I really enjoyed it! Lots of familiar faces, pretty good portrayals of everyone, and a nice twist at the end to boot; it was very well written. I really liked seeing Apollo face off against Edgeworth as well, it was a very interesting angle to go with and you pulled it off well. Great job!
| Ren chapter 37 . 10/6/2017
That was SO good. Like, I almost don't even know what to say. It really reminded me of the games. How you structured it, the characterization... absolutely beautiful. Maybe the one thing that threw me off was Kristoph's fear of Diego. I guess I'm so used to him being the untouchable criminal mastermind, it's hard to wrap my mind around. But besides that, everyone was so in character and believable. I was really sad Diego had to die though. He's one of my favorite characters... Anyway, good job!
| Siemsen chapter 37 . 10/31/2016
This was a beautifully crafted story! The idea was original, the plot was riveting, the writing phenomenal- the characters were so in-character that I felt as if I were actually playing this instead of reading it! I LOVED it! I realised about mid-way what had happened, but it was so intriguing watching the characters come to that conclusion by themselves! The courtroom banter was an absolute joy to read, as were the Apollo/Klavier/Kristoph moments! The ending was pure perfection, and to have us read Diego's letter was the best possible way to finish this story. Well done, you did a phenomenal job! :D
| naughtyoats chapter 33 . 4/29/2016
okay dude i am literally freaking out like
this is probably my favorite aa fic of all time, so i reread it a lot, and the other day i started to reply apollo justice, and let me quote kristoph:
"Sadly, fatigue is insufficient ground for refusing to testify..."
i literally screamed because all i could think about was how kirstoph refused over and over again to testify in this case because hes always claiming hes "too tired" or "weak" or whatever
i just couldnt get over how clever that was and how you (the author if you read this omg) managed to catch that like damn. thats amazing.
| Dianatos chapter 37 . 10/17/2015
| mersykun chapter 37 . 4/12/2015
This is a MASTERPIECE!
| Ergo chapter 1 . 3/17/2015
Just staring this, but I have to leave something. It's awesome so far, and I'll read the rest asap!
| Verte chapter 37 . 3/17/2015
This is the best thing I've read in ages! Thank you for writing this, it's gorgeous
| wow chapter 37 . 3/17/2015
this was really well written! Diego's letter not being revealed till the end, and all the emotion made this so suspenseful, and well worth reading many times over
| Raphmaster14 chapter 5 . 12/16/2014
I almost feel bad for Apollo, Phoenix did pull a dick move by manipulating Apollo in his own game.
| Tsuki the Avenger chapter 37 . 9/10/2014
This is quite possibly the very best Phoenix Wright fanfiction I've ever read. It was just like the game, to the letter. Seriously AMAZING work!
| aceredshirt13 chapter 37 . 8/24/2014
An amazing story! It had everything Capcom could have dreamed of for the final case of a game, even the photograph and character statements during the credits! I mean, there were a thimbleful of errors (co-operate is cooperate and when you mentioned Apollo thinking "not yet" in italics, there was an odd error, but that was the computer's fault, not yours), but for someone as overly nitpicky as me, the story was too engaging and fantastic for me to notice! I've read plenty of your AA stuff, and you have yet to disappoint! Keep writing, please, for all our sakes!
| TsukiNoBara chapter 37 . 8/23/2014
Thank you for this entertaining read! Since this isn't a physical book, I suppose calling it a "page-turner" or using the phrase "I couldn't put it down" would be technically inaccurate. Regardless, the spirit of those expressions definitely applied to this.