Also very good is Brady Bowman's Hegel and the Metaphysics of Absolute Negativity, review HERE.
In the end however both books still can't compare (in my judgment at least) to the absolutely masterful Hegelian Metaphysics by Robert Stern (Oxford University Press). That book is just amazing and superb. A "must read" for anyone with an interest in Hegel's relevance for metaphysics today.
Stern has a flair for Continental thought (Deleuze) as well as American thought (Peirce) that comes up in this book - despite him often being associated with the more "analytic" camp of Hegelian studies. Really, any interest in Hegel, do pick up Stern's book!