All of Allen Carr’s Easyway titles are now available in eBook format, so you can read the method for the first time or refresh your memory and gain inspiration on the move, whatever your choice of eBook reader.

On this site we provide links to Easyway eBooks via major eBook retailers such as Amazon, iBooks and Kobo.

We believe that this is the easiest way for our readers to find and purchase our eBooks at this time, and we are also planning to add many more links to other retailers in the future. You can, of course, simply search for Allen Carr on your favourite eBook store and load them onto your device of choice.

If you cannot find an eBook for your eReader device please let us know and we will do our best to help.

A Guide to Easyway eBook publications

Since publishing his first book in 1985, Allen Carr’s Easyway method has been applied to a host of issues, and you can find eBooks on the following topics by clicking the links below:



Weight Control

Other Subjects

With so many years’ experience helping people free themselves from addictions, Allen Carr’s Easyway method has been expanded into a variety of formats to suit all types of readers:

Latest Editions


These books are the latest, cutting-edge presentation of the method.  Updated and set out in a clear, easy-to-read format,  these books make it simpler than ever before to get free.  Simply click on the book covers to find out more.




The original guides to Allen Carr’s Easyway method.  Click on the cover images to find out more.

Fast Reads


The ‘No More’ range is a new, accessible form of the bestselling Easyway method. Covering all the central points of the method, these step-by-step summaries are perfect for use on their own or as companion volumes to the other titles.



Containing up to 200 illustrations, Allen Carr’s best-selling Easyway Method is presented here in a truly refreshing, dynamic and enjoyable way.  Just click on the book covers above to find out more.



In these autobiographical books Allen reveals his vision for a future in which smoking is ‘something we used to do’, as well how he overcame resistance to establish a network of worldwide clinics and save millions of lives.