That’s Ryan Holiday’s query. This is not about quality, this is about "representing a literary era" or perhaps just representing the era itself. I’ll cite Bonfire of the Vanities and Fight Club as the obvious picks. Loyal MR reader Jeff Ritze is thinking of Easton Ellis ("though not American Psycho"). How about you? Dare I mention John Grisham’s The Firm as embodying the blockbuster trend of King, Steele, Clancy and others? There’s always Harry Potter and graphic novels.