I'm so glad things turned out this way. Oh and Joshua, my father recovered quickly! He wants to meet you again sometime.
Sure, of course! I'm really glad that he's better now.
Many citizens of Amarias and the other side of the Wall, Joshua's family, and Leila began to protest against the government, asking for freedom. The army couldn't do anything because it would kill hundreds of people and Amarias would be left with a pile of dead bodies.
As the protesting continued, the government slowly gave up fighting back. And a month later, The Wall is broken down and people could now legally enter and exit Amarias.
Now that everyone was free, Joshua and Leila spent their days freely in wherever they wanted to. Joshua loved introducing new things to Leila and she enjoyed his company very much. Joshua's parents were happily making a living and Leila's family were also spending their days freely.