If you are just wondering, then, of course, O. Sachs (any in general), Luria (The Lost and Returned World).
If a little more into science, then "Brain and Soul", "Neuroplasticity", "Neurology", "Connectome", "The Brain Tells", "Brain Phantoms".
More serious in science, then "From neuron to brain"
If completely in neurology, then "Neurology" Mumenthaler, "Tropical neurology" Duus, "Neurology according to Adams and Victor", "Neurological syndrome" Wayne. p>
Luria - Higher cortical functions, Fundamentals of neuropsychology, The lost and returned world, Neuropsychology of memory, A small book about great memory. Ramachandran - The birth of the mind. Norman Doidge - The plasticity of the brain. And if it's straight on neurology then: 1. Haynes - Neuroanatomy. 2. Duus - Topical diagnosis in neurology. There is no better book on the topic of Russian. 3. Mumentaller, Mattle - Neurology. 4. Mumenthaller, Bassetti - Differential diagnosis in neurology. 5. Levin - Handbook of a Practitioner.
I agree with "Do no harm", this is a neurosurgeon's book about neurosurgery. With "The man who mistook his wife for a hat" not quite. Still, it's more about psychiatry than about neurology. Here are some books on this topic that are on the shelf in front of me:
Traumatic brain injury. Clinical guidelines. A large three-volume edition published by the Burdenko Institute.
Nervous diseases. E.K.Sepp. 1954
Surgery of the central nervous system. Two volumes. 1969.
Topical diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system. A. V. Triumfov. This is generally a classic.
Neurotraumatology. Edited by A. N. Konovalov.
There are still good books, here I have listed those that are now before my eyes. And for myself I want to buy "Spine Surgery" by AR Vaccaro IM Baron. But the price bites.
P.S. The list is subjective, of course, but information is never superfluous :)
In neurology - "The man who mistook his wife for a hat" by Oliver Sachs. Neurosurgery - "Do No Harm" by Henry Marsh. Both books are interesting and easy to read, but at the same time much deeper than just a collection of medical tales.