"The thousands of worldwide sightings of unclassified bipedal primates, including the Yeti, may be confusing because these sightings entail more than one species. This field guide attempts to sort out the different creatures, coming up with a classification of eight possible mystery primates. But this book makes no real attempt to persuade skeptics of the existence of any of them. It's sort of speculative taxonomy, but I think it is one of the most useful texts in the ongoing controversy over Bigfoot." - Kevin Kelly, Whole Earth Review
"If only one of these creatures is verified by naturalists, it would be a biological sensation...The book is well-researched with a good bibliography." - William Corliss, Science Frontiers
"...a remarkable acheivement...It is a bold attempt to bring some order to a world-wide mystery, and will stand as a seminal work in years to come." - Bufo Calvin's Weird World
"...an intellient, absorbing overview, taking material that is certainly controversial--and, to some downright outlandish--and making surprising sense of it." - Jerome Clark, Unexplained!
"A very useful resource book describing the many unknown primate-like animals scattered to the four corners of the globe." - Fortean Times
"...this book gives excellent drawings based on eyewitness descriptions of a wide variety of hairy humanoids from all continents." - Magonia
". . . a new kind of wildlife-viewing experience . . . the book addresses a gaping hole in the field of primatology." - Joe Bob Report