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Tierra, mar y aire

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Libro Tierra, mar y aire

Patricia Campos Doménech nos ofrece un recorrido autobiográfico y testimonial que abarca desde su infancia, su pasión por el fútbol, los primeros años de universidad en Valencia, hasta la pasión por volar que la empujó a entrar en la Armada española...

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Titulo Alternativo : El testimonio de una mujer que quiso cambiar el mundo

Total de páginas 190

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  • Patricia Campos Doménech

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