Various great writers and authors wrote a fantasy book that includes a transition from one world to another. I'm referring to the genre known as "high fantasy", and some examples include Harry Potter and Chronicles of Narnia. In Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling used, more specifically, Platform 9 and 3/4 to get Harry to the "world of magic", so to speak. In the Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis used the wardrobe, the painting, etc., a various number of different "transitions" between the two worlds. In Alice in Wonderland, Dodgson uses the rabbit hole to get Alice into Wonderland. See what I'm getting at? In a fantasy book I'm writing, I'm wondering if I should include some sort of transition (in which case you guys can help me out here ), or just pull a Maze Runner (by James Dashner, teenage sci-fi), and throw my MC in the fantasy world without any recollection of how he got there... but that might complicate things. Any ideas? Thanks.