“Time” magazine’s 100 best Fantasy novels of all time is a chronological listing. “Arabian Nights” in the 9th century, is followed by Lewis Carroll (“Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland” and, “Through the Looking Glass”) and onward to the present day. Any collection of Fantasy novels, contrasts with Science Fiction novels. Lewis Carroll writing Fantasy novels gives the reader a universe that is different from the “reality” the reader lives in. Sci-Fi novels on the hand, place the reader in a reality universe. Science Fiction novels use “inventions” as plot devices to move a narrative along. Time’s listing of novels contains no Science Fiction novels in this 100 listing of fiction books.