I don't have schitzophrenia so I can't give you any reading suggestions on that. But as far as survivor books. There are a ton!
A few I would recommend are:
"Repressed Memories" by Renee Fredrickson, Ph.D.
"The Right to Innocence: Healing the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse" by Beverly Engel, M.F.C.C.
"Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse" by Mic Hunter
"Victims No Longer" by Mike Lew
"Wounded Boys, Heroic Men" by Daniel Jay Sonkin, Ph.D.
and I also own "When Something Feels Wrong: A Survival Guide About Abuse for Young People" by Deanna S. Pledge, Ph.D. But that book is for younger teenagers and you might not find it helpful. I have it for other reasons that aren't important in this post
All of those are pretty good books, the Wounded Boys, Heroic Men book is more about physical abuse, so if you went through that it might be a good buy, if not, you might not find it TOO useful, I do though.
There are a ton of resources out there. MS is just one. I have my own organization and web site as well that you might find helpful. I don't think the mods like people posting links so I won't post it now (but I have in the past if you want to look it up) or you can PM me for the address
Use google and look for resources...there are pleanty!
Welcome! And good luck with your journey to being a survivor!