The sooty-lunged victims of the weed may well take cheer at last for here is passport to freedom. Using the pp talk and daily diary technique of Alcoholics Anonymous, the author prods his little charge through the first awful decision, early and later siren calls, to the triumphant day when he realizes he has not smoked for two weeks. This book has a guarantee -- if the precepts of the book are followed (i.e. if you don't smoke) -- you won't smoke. In any case, prepare for large sales -- the advice is good, and smokers have impulses to give it all up frequently enough to induce them to buy the book.