Braknt Books 1x21 - reseña El desierto de los tártaros de Dino Buzzati

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¡Hola! Gran programa, como siempre. Una pregunta: una vez recomendaste un podcast sobre libros que dirige una chica, Verónica o algo así. ¿Me podrías recordar su nombre?

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