There Is No Messiah―and You're It: The Stunning Transformation of Judaism's Most Provocative Idea, by Rabbi Robert Levine, is very much a Jewish Lights production. It is liberal and open in its outlook, and unapologetic in transforming one of Judaism’s long standing concepts into a form amenable for modern, mostly secular readers.
As the title strongly suggests, Rabbi Levine is not in favor of the messiah as a single person. Rather, he is enamored of certain ideas of the messianic age, when people will reach greater moral heights, and overcome their evil or bad inclinations.
Who can argue with such a supposition? For those not familiar with messianic concepts in Judaism, this is also a good primer. Levine walks us through the evolving ideas of the messiah throughout Jewish history.