I also suggest to at least read Peter Carroll's "Liber Null & Psychonaut" for some good insight, and an even easier more introductory level book on Chaos Magick try "Condensed Chaos" by Phil Hine. These will give you a good starting point on the viewpoints...but the reality is that with ChM you need to be able to train yourself in mental ability much more than anything else. Carroll's hints at the more psychological side of magick are great. This will be a good starting point to developing the will through mental power.
Its not like other systems where you will end up crouched over dusty tomes, although this of course gives you a great base of knowledge to work with when it comes to magick and any esoteric studies, but my point is that eventually you must take what you have learned from the study of other paradigms and begin to either formulate your own, and/or learn to manipulate them for their only worth.