Sure, lots of other things you should read. But you have no choice in the matter. You are a product of your genetics and environment, so your choices are predetermined. Doing anything else would be childish (less environment) or mutantish (changed genes, is it even a word?).
In the book The Sirens of Titan one of the "businesses" is a short annecdote about a cognitive scientist. He had a whacky hypothesis. He believed that our creative facility was due to thoughts being beamed into our brain from some outside source. Of course, nobody believed him. But he persisted for decades.
Then, one day, he proved it. He proved that every human has a small almond shaped organ in their brain, in the right frontal lobe, that receives broadcasts from some unknown source. His discovery was hailed as one of the greatest discoveries in history. Human creativity was the result of outside influences received through this receiver circuit.
The scientist began to be showered with honors and awards. And before a ceremony where he was to receive a great award he was dressing in his room on the upper floor of a famous hotel. And, thinking about it, he threw himself out of the window and fell to his death.
For he realized that, if creativity was beamed into his brain, then he deserved no credit for his discovery. So, faced with the waste of his life on a meaningless endeavor, he became despondent and chose to end it.
Anyway, Vonnegut's book has many interesting things to say about free will and determinism.