THE KEY TO HAPPINESS
A man attacked by a Yeti encounters a reclusive monk on a Himalayan mountaintop. To both their surprise, there may be a spiritual aspect to their chance meeting. That is, if the monk has his way.
"The Key to Happiness" is a Yeti story, which is something I never thought I'd see, but nevertheless we get introduced to Javier, who has injured himself in Nepal, and ends up with a broken back. A generous but ultimately unlucky monk tends to him and finds out just how unforgiving the famous cryptid can be."
-- from the Hellnotes review
"There are some stories in the collection that have tried to do justice to the fascinating theme, particularly R. B, Payne's, Mark Ile's, and George Ivanoff's.
-- Hannah Kate, review for Monster Librarian