I've never read Twilight, but I've seen the Movies(Hey, no judging! They suck) and no way is Hunger Games written as bad as Twilight. Sure it's not the most eloquent writing out there, but it is serviceable enough to convey the story and characters.
Speaking of which...
Catching Fire -
I'm really kind of surprised how much I'm liking these books. I certainly have issues, as they are far from perfect, but they are filled with great characters, and are written in a way that demands you just keep going. Katniss really is a great protagonist. She comes across, not as a superhero type, like some would portray her, but as a real person, with real issues, and emotions. It's easy to understand why she does the things she does, and why she reacts to certain situations in such a crazy way.
I was happily proved wrong by some of the character arcs here. One in particular surprised me by not becoming a walking, talking, cliche. Good job Ms. Collins. Sadly, I'm still not big on Peeta. He's just too damn perfect. I kind of get where the author is going with him, but I also wish she would flesh him out a bit more.
I'm moving right into Mockingjay, as Catching Fire ended as if it was just another chapter. I think even books in a series should have some sort of closure. There is nothing but questions and anticipation at the end of CF. I AM intensely curious to see how all this is going to play out. I have a feeling that it's not all going to go the way you would expect. I just can't see a happy happy, joy joy ending on the way. We'll see.