I didn't want to read the whole Losing My Virginity book available from him as well. Reading Screw It, Let's Do It was a really pleasant experience. It's more of an adventure story than everything else, but one telling a biography of great success. Branson's truly a remarkable person, and a magnificient storyteller. Also, several things that sound rather bad on Wikipedia take a very different tone when he explains how they actually happened to him. (For instance his shortlived illegal tax-cutting action early in his career.) After (actually while) reading the book, I checked out his YouTube channel and websites (including Necker Island), and I will most certainly buy also Losing My Virginity for an in-depth read now. This little book here I found so captivating that I will actually order more than one copy as a gift for friends and family. Something (gifting the same book to several people) I've so far done only with my own book Constructive Utopism.