‘Darwin was wrong’ A.N. Wilson begins his new biography of one of the giants of the Victorian age in characteristically forthright manner. Charles Darwin: the man who discovered evolution? The man who killed off God? Or a flawed man of his age, part genius, part ruthless careerist who would not acknowledge his debts to other thinkers? A. N. Wilson turns his gaze on the great biologist and is not afraid to challenge the Darwinian orthodoxy while bringing us closer to the man and his revolutionary idea. Charles Darwin: Victorian Mythmaker is controversial, brave and stimulating; A.N. Wilson is the acclaimed biographer of Queen Victoria and Tolstoy, and a man steeped in the history of the period – come and hear him make his case!