As you might expect this book is written is the same style as the Blenheim one and so is quite accessible. It is only a fraction longer than the other volume, coming in at 144 pages. Unfortunately it lacks an Order of Battle but otherwise I found it an excellent primer on the battle.
The book starts with some biographical notes which is pretty handy if you aren't familiar with the main characters of the period, especially as some have proper names along with their titles.
In a way Ramillies was a greater victory for Marlborough than Blenheim despite the fame of the latter, as it was won without the help of Prince Eugene of Savoy and against a French force of almost equal size in a good defensive position.
I have now moved on to Falkner's larger and broader volume - Great and Glorious Days - which covers some of the same ground as the Battleground volumes but much more besides.