My favourite book last year was Antifragile by Nassim Taleb.
It’s a hard read with lots of big ideas, and definitely worth the effort.
The basic premise of the book is that the opposite of fragile isn’t robust, as we might think, but anti-fragile.
Something fragile will get broken by shock (volatility, randomness, disorder and stressors). Something robust can survive these shocks. And Taleb has coined the phrase antifragile for those things that actually benefit from shocks.