The Ruthenian Divine Liturgies book includes the Sunday, Holyday, and Daily liturgies of St. John, and the Sunday and Holyday liturgies of St. Basil, and Great Vespers for saturday evenings and the evening before great feasts, with instructions for both stand alone and vigil divine liturgy uses, plus the majority of vesperal and Divine Liturgy propers for the year.
It’s also omitted the text of the priest’s and deacon’s prayers, doesn’t include adaptations for hierarchical liturgies, nor for Deaconal nor Reader’s Vespers, nor does it include Matins, 3rd Hour, 6th hour, nor Compline.
Neither does it include readings. Those are listed on the annual calendar issued by the Metropolitan, and you can look them up.
It’s also 467 pages of 7x8.5 inches, is awkward to use, and requires much flipping in use when doing the DL of St. Basil, and some flipping when using the propers.
And it omits the Slavonic, much to the chagrin of several, being monolingual English.