As of right now I have not actually finished any of the books in my to be read pile, though I’m working through a couple of them. (Sorry, I have a bad tendency to read several books at once!) However, these books have been recommended to me on several different occasions, by multiple people. I now own them and am reading a few of them. As I finish them, I will post up reviews for individual books. In the meantime, you can take a look for yourself! Links will lead you to Kindle editions if available, but you can easily redirect yourself to the physical copies if you prefer.
Listed in alphabetical order by author.
(Unless specifically noted and reviewed, I have not fully finished!)
Red Land, Black Land by Barbara Mertz – a book about the daily life of ancient Egyptians
Temple of the Cosmos by Jeremy Naydler – a book detailing the way that ancient Egyptians viewed the world, spirituality, and even time and space.
Eternal Egypt: Ancient Rituals for the Modern World by Richard J. Reidy – a guide to contemporary rituals that are as close to the way they were practiced in ancient times.
The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt by Richard H. Wilkinson – an encyclopedic reference to the numerous Netjer. This book is a great source and unlike most books about the Netjer, he usually includes both the Greek and Kemetic versions of the Names.