I’ve only read the LttP, MM, and the first half of the OoT mangas. They’re interesting reads for hardcore fans, but nothing I’d overly recommend. They take a bunch of liberties with the story in them, for instance the LttP manga adds an entirely new thief character that’s never seen in game, and the MM one has a completely different take on the time travel aspect of the game. The MM manga also has a cool epilogue that’s a writers interpretation of the events prior to the game. IMO that’s the highlight of the entire thing.
Also the selection of games that get the manga treatment are weird. We’ve got a four swords and phantom hourglass manga but no windwaker?
I've looked into the premise of some. While there are some aspects that seem interesting, they are non-canon, so I've never taken the time to read them. Even if they expanded on anything from the games in a meaningful way adopting the events of the manga amd trying to apply them to the games is essientially creating fan-fiction.
I've read a few, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, the mini Skyward Sword one and the begining of Twilight Princess. They're certainly fun spins on the original stories and I actually like that Link talks in them cause he feels like a character in the world. The stories are usually sped up versions of the games with OoT only having two volumes but still enjoyable nonetheless.