The Shadow had said he would be there a half an hour ago.
He looked like a security guard, and Shadow said so.
The Shadow, for instance, would have said yes, and given himself away.
Indeed his shadow says he does not see the world as it truly is.
The Shadow had said that his control would work, but only briefly.
"I'd rather feel like the same man, just with a different head," said Shadow.
The Shadow said to let them; he told me to give each the other's instructions when they called again.
The man looked up as the soldier's shadow fell across him, but said nothing.
"Because it's the kind of thing a living person would do," said Shadow.
"You should have left me back there on the ice," said Shadow.