One of the reviews is from E-infinity group member Garnet Ord, who says
Nottale's new book, from the first paragraph to the last section, is a bold, courageous and thoughtful work that addresses this problem directly through the paradigm of scale relativity. The book contains a wealth of insight to accompany an astonishing collection of numerical data from many scales of observation. Nottale has succeeded in going beyond the limitations inherent in conventional differential approaches to produce a convincing picture of scale-dependent physics. The book is a must-read for any scientist contemplating bridging the gap between the large and small-scale approximations of modern physics.
I'd like to know whether El Naschie is cited in the book, but unfortunately there's no Google Books preview. An earlier book by Nottale contains only this mention of the Great Man:
Here are the three of them in El Naschie's back yard in Surrey: