Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography - Prologue, January 1997 Summary & Analysis

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Prologue, January 1997 Summary and Analysis

Written by Richard Branson from daily notes, Losing My Virginity is a subjective, reader-friendly, story of his life. His writing makes the reader feel like he is meeting and learning about the life of a new friend. The paradox of this book is that Richard is an entrepreneurial multi-billionaire, who despite regular balloon and other flights of fancy into the heavens, is planted firmly on earth.

In the prologue, early the morning of January 7, 1997, Richard Branson wakes from sleep with Joan, his wife, to write a letter to his children, Holly and Sam. He prepares to leave Marrakesh for a balloon flight around the world. He writes a possible last note to his children telling them of his drive to "live life to its full." Richard encourages them to do so as well and to love and look after...

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